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A snapshot of the Kelvin River, as I stood across the street from the University of Glasgow (left); A view down Scott Street, as I overlooked it from the Glasgow School of Art (right).
One of Glasgow’s many elegant, winding alleys (left); Glasgow, like Richmond, has a strong bike culture (right).
I could see the city’s skyline as I was standing on a rolling hillside about thirty minutes outside of Glasgow.
Buskers, like harpist, are a common sight in the city (left); Glasgow is full of small, independently owned shores, especially charity shops, vintage shops, and bookshops (right).
Walking home from Glasgow’s Necropolis, I looked up at the dramatic night sky as I came upon George Square.
American cuisine, in the form of Pizza Hut and Starbucks, is not a rarity in Glasgow (left); Hole-in-the-wall restaurants that serve fish and chips abound in Glasgow (right).
Stylish row houses in the West End of Glasgow, where many students and artists live.
A typical view of how a residential neighborhood in Glasgow’s City Centre looks.
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