If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ll know about my undying love for Scotland. From the moment I first stepped into this part of the United Kingdom, I felt a strange connection to the place. An off feeling of belonging to a place I had never seen before. It was like I had lived here in a very distant past, or if I had been visiting Scotland in my dreams unknowingly.
Glasgow was the second Scottish city I visited and the largest of Scotland. As per usual in such lands, the days were grey and I got a bit of rain. But, that isn’t the main reason why I may not have taken as many photos as I would typically – it’s just that I get lost in contemplation. The same happened to me in Edinburgh, and I wish I could spend more time in Scotland to contemplate and satisfy my photographic needs. Scotland is an incredibly photogenic country – whether you’re in the city, by the sea, low lands, or highlands. But it is also a country so idyllic, so unique that definitely needs to be experienced. And that experience doesn’t come through so well if you spend most of your time worrying about the best angles for your photos or exposure (since light can be difficult to get).
Below are some of my favourite photos from this trip from 2018. Enjoy 🙂
Hope you enjoyed 🙂