Six word Saturday


I came, I saw, I photo’d!

Some with wonderful graffiti

The Commonwealth Games- what an event that will be!

Elephants, fishing?

Two elephants- fishing?

One stealthy cat!

One stealthy cat!

And my 'wonder wall'

And my amazing ‘wonder wall’

If you’ve seen any of my posts in the week, you’ll know that I was ‘bowled over’ by Glasgow.  I’ve had a terrific response to all the posts so I’d just like to say thank you to all who visited and enjoyed Glasgow with me.  The wall art was amazing, but that was just a small part of it.

Seonaid of Breath of Green Air shared this link with me yesterday.  It explains a little about the wall art and gives me yet another reason to go back.  I missed the panda, and my Wonder Wall is illuminated at night!

I still have one more delight to share with you, next week.  Here I am, up among the rooftops.

It's a little 'Gaudi', don't you think?

It’s a little ‘Gaudi’, don’t you think?

A small hint at where we'll be going

A small clue.  Anyone know where it is?

No, not the Glasgow School of Art

No- not the Glasgow School of Art

But I did have a quick peek in there

Though I did have a quick peek in there- not long enough!

I have to finish with the riverside.  Undisputably damp though I was, still I was very happy to get my first sighting of the River Clyde.  Grey skies and all!

This is one of my favourite shots from the riverside

This is one of my favourite shots- the sun almost came out!

And I like the reflections on this one

And I like the reflections in this one

But when it comes to reflections ....

But when it comes to reflections ….

I hope you’ve enjoyed reflecting with me.  This time last week my adventure was just beginning.

How about you- what have you done in the week?  You can share it here on Six word Saturday. Cate at Show My Face is a great hostess.   The links and header will show you how it works.




  1. You certainly packed in a lot in the short time you were there. Love the street murals, my kind of thing, You are making me consider a day trip to Glasgow now when we are up that way in June – was going to try to head for Edinburgh, but you’ve got me thinking now…
    Have a good rest of the weekend Jo
    Jude xx

    1. That is such a hard choice as an either/or Jude! I know that I still have a lot to see in Glasgow but the lure is mostly Rennie Mackintosh. You’ll have to add on a couple of days 🙂

      1. Actually I have considered doing exactly that – to try and follow the coast all around Britain. Really ought to do it by bike though, and it is years since I rode one. Still…

      2. Oh, I’d love to do that! This blogging business is hell, Jude. I’ve got Viveka on here urging me to meet her in Belfast in November. Help!
        I know- it’s a nice problem to have 🙂

      3. Belfast sounds very interesting though I’m not sure about November. You know we ought to arrange a get together somewhere – now where?

      1. Not ill, but running myself a bit into empty, never advisable with MS….but, things that have to be done, have to be done (family stuff). I’m trying to rest now, so the blog may not see much activity. We shall see!

  2. Thank you for sharing such lovely photos with us too. The murals are quite fantastic, but my most favorite of all is your last photo, wow!

    1. I got a couple of links in the week telling me about the wall art, David. Seems there are quite a few 🙂 That chimney was the only one I managed to get up close and personal with.

      1. I really wanted to see House for an Art lover too but it closed at 1.30 that day and I couldn’t make it. Would love to do the trip on the ‘Waverley’, Viv. I think that goes to Helensburgh?

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