Glasgow, Scotland, taken on December 6, 2015
You have to experience the rain in order to welcome the rainbow, but 3+ weeks of rain is too much. C’mon, Glasgow. But OK, you gave me a lovely rainbow, which I haven’t seen in a while, so I forgive you. But did you really have to start raining again 5 minutes later? Sigh, I will never understand you, Glasgow.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on July 8, 2015
Ominous clouds loom over the University of Glasgow campus, signifying the coming of a mid-summer storm.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on May 8, 2015
I suppose in Glasgow, one of the most experienced forces of nature is certainly rain. Although it gets depressing at times to see rain every day, sometimes it brings with it some little surprises. Hidden in a corner by the entrance to my office, these leafs held on to some jewels left behind by the rain, and sparkling in the morning sun, they looked like gems on a velvet patch. So beautiful.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on February 6, 2015
Walking to work one morning, my eyes were veiled by the thick fog and the sun appeared as a bright, glowing blob in a distance. It was the most dreamy and mysterious morning sun I’d ever witnessed. Good morning, Glasgow 🙂
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on March 14, 2015
Now that the flowers on the tree outside my office building is almost in full bloom, we have some hope that spring is finally here in Scotland! As a result, I am quite happy every day as I walk by this tree. This is, of course, neglecting the fact that we had a day of four seasons (rain, snow, hail, sun, wind within the same day at 10-minute intervals) just a few days ago… 😛