Monday, 16 December 2013

350/365 moonlit clyde

350/365 moonlit clyde by werewegian
350/365 moonlit clyde, a photo by werewegian on Flickr.

my favourite suspension bridge over the river Clyde on a moonlit Glaswegian night

Sunday, 2 January 2011

1/365 another year, another new year brunch

I keep taking photos like this and obviously that means I'm having more fried breakfasts than I should. So a little resolution for myself in 2011. Find at least a few food subjects that are not only good to look at, but good for the body too!

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

mixed boilings

mixed boilings, originally uploaded by werewegian.

I'm not a big fan of boilings I must admit
I guess because I still have teeth
And like toffees I have a habit of biting them
Until only the dentist can give relief

Chocolate is best or soft ice-cream
Those are the treats I'd safely choose
But the colours and patterns make me smile
The swirls, the lines and the hues

So I may not eat them all that much
And pass when an offer comes my way
But if I have a camera handy, well,
They make a sweet photo of the day

Sunday, 28 November 2010

"Climate Elephant" by Daniel Dancer -- New Delhi, India

One of a series of art events around the world, staged to highlight how huge the issue of climate change is to us all

Sunday, 13 June 2010

clyde markers

clyde markers, originally uploaded by werewegian.

navigation aids near Port Glasgow on the Clyde river. Enjoyed a walk about here this afternoon. First time since April I've felt warm enough to wear just a t-shirt and trousers. Port Glasgow itself seems caught in a time-warp, with many buildings harking back to the mid-20th century. Made a mental note to revisit on a Saturday next time as only the pubs and churches were open on a Sunday. Perhaps the Port remains less heathen than the rest of the West of Scotland?

Sunday, 6 June 2010


boudicca, originally uploaded by werewegian.

Fred Olsen cruse liner Boudicca setting sail from Greenock on her way to the Canary Isles and North Africa

Saturday, 5 June 2010


buttercup, originally uploaded by werewegian.

I've been taking too many photos of flowers recently. In my defence I have been shooting completely in manual so a flower is a good way to work on those focusing controls :)