The Floating Taxi, created by Glasgow’s local artist Rogue One, is a rather famous piece of wall art situated in the city centre. After failing to find it the first time, I finally found it today on Mitchell Street (not Mitchell Lane, where I went last time). A real taxi was passing by at the perfect time for me to take this photo, although it of course wasn’t floating like the one in the mural (those balloons remind me of the movie “Up”). There are supposedly lots of these murals scattered around Glasgow, many drawn by Rogue One. One of these days I will go on the “Mural Trail” – a real path – and find them all 😉
This will be my last time seeing this view of the West End from this bedroom, as I am moving tomorrow. The cathedral glows a ghostly white (thanks to the condensation on the window), but the light diminishes silently shortly before midnight.
There aren’t two windows in this photo. In fact, there is a mirror on the left side, reflecting the city outside the window on the right side. Still more rain…
Walking down Kennoway Drive in the evening, in the rain and the wind. A very bright globe hangs in the sky. Is that the moon or the lamppost?
I don’t use the Glasgow subway often – at least not yet. Not sure if I like it or not…it’s rather loud and smelly, but efficient and simple enough.