The Tron, Glasgow
The wife and I drove the M8 on a Sunday morning so she could participate along with 24,000 other runners in the Great Scottish Run, a half-marathon (13.1 miles!) through the streets of Glasgow. So before making the journey to the finish line I occupied myself with my camera.
There are small pockets of Glasgow that are enjoyable, and this is one of them. Buchanan Street retains some examples of classic architecture, meanwhile the rest of the city looks like a Euro version of 1950 Hiroshima or present-day Detroit.
Two frames of 35 seconds apiece, stitched together to form a square crop. Very little processing.
5DII + TSE 24L II + Hoya CPL + BW ND110