Looking in to those famous tea room windows
Well, you knew it was going to happen, didn’t you? There was never any doubt that I’d find a few interesting windows in Glasgow. The difficulty will be knowing where to stop! The Willow Tea Rooms were a treat for the eyes and other parts too.
Cream tea, anyone?
I didn’t have time for ‘the works’ but I can vouch for the whisky and sultana slice. I’d better do this in gallery form, or we’ll be here all day! Just click on any photo, as usual.
Here I go, down the stairs from the tea room
There’s a tea room squeezed in on Buchanan St. too
And the Princes Shopping Centre comes highly recommended
Opposite stately windows like this
How about a hint of reflection?
Or lots! And soggy people too.
And a few folks hanging about
But these guys were still cheerful in the rain
I came across all kinds of architecture, as you would in a city.
Some very colourful
Or some with just a hint of colour
Some for fashionistas
Or the young at heart
Some, more ‘old school’
And some on neglected old buildings
Like Kingston Halls
One I even spotted for a friend. Hi Jude!
And even one with a subterranean Dalek!
And a beauty on a building site
But the saddest window of all? The view from the coach, going home.
The misty rain-drenched valleys!
I hope you enjoyed my tour of Glasgow windows. I’m off to see what Dawn has in her Lingering windows challenge this week. Come join me?