Glasgow's West End

Grafiti at Kelvinbridge

Grafiti at Kelvinbridge

The West End

This series of blogs feature visits to places around Scotland. Usually these are far away points in the Scottish Highlands. Maybe a lighthouse on the corner of a Scottish Island, or a castle in the Highlands. This one is different, an appreciation of Glasgow’s West End.

 

I lived in the West End of Glasgow for a few years and loved it. Naturally I am drawn to the countryside, but there is something special and unique about the West End of Glasgow.

Whilst now being based in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Glasgow is not far away and I visit regularly for business and pleasure.

On a recent visit I had a few hours spare so decided to use that time to enjoy my own walking trip around the West End with a camera. I wanted to capture the unique atmosphere and architecture, which is why I love the West End. Here are the results:

Kelvinbridge Subway Station

Kelvinbridge Subway Station

Urban Photography

It was good to be shooting some urban scenery for a change. However, the West End of Glasgow is a setting that I have used for a number of Pre-Wedding Photography Sessions, Family Photography Sessions and also a few Business Portraits. You can see some of those photographs at the end of this blog.

I hope that you enjoy looking at the photographs. I would highly recommend a walk around the West End of Glasgow with a camera. If you need a rest along the way then there are many good bars and cafes to tempt you in.

West End Portraits

As promised a selection of portraits taken in the West End.

Urban Portraits

A chance to see some of the locations used as portrait backgrounds. This is from some of my portrait photography in the West End of Glasgow, which is not far from where I am based in Loch Lomond. Click the button below to find out more.

About

Paul Saunders is a Professional Photographer. Based in Loch Lomond he photographs weddings, people and businesses throughout Scotland. See also his Marketing and See Loch Lomond websites. Scroll through the series of Scottish photography blogs below.


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