The heating’s on at Kelvingrove
People out strolling round the pond
Argyle Street Jewellery Arcade prepare for Christmas.
A wander past Inn Deep; the bar next to the River Kelvin. Its’ a sign.
I was surprised to see this suit of armour in a junk shop in Partick.
Some real nice things at the Lighthouse Craft Fair.
Working in Citizen M. Nice tea in here.
Working in Citizen M this afternoon. Fancy interior design.
And now turning into Gibson St – loving that winter sun – or should I say that winter gloom.
Wandering up University Avenue, Wellington Church on the left looking imposing.
This morning I’m wandering up University Avenue; the rain has just stopped and the sun is coming out.
Cup & Saucer Vintage Tearoom – White Lightnin’ by George Jones on the playlist right now. Jim covered that song a few years ago.
Tea in the Cup & Saucer Vintage Tearoom, De Courcy’s Arcade, Glasgow West End. Great Rock ‘n’ Roll on the sound system right now.
Visited the new Hunterian offices in the Kelvin Hall; saw this jug in one of the display cabinets.
On the landing on my way up to The Vintage Tearoom I was met by this beautiful model.
I picked up some Tortilla for Jim in Roots and Fruits at Kelvinbridge.
I love the Christmas decorations in Galletly and Tubbs.
I bought a few Christmas gifts today in Nancy Smillie Jewellery Studio. They’ve got lots of great sparkly stuff if you’re planning some parties.
I popped into Sonny and Vito’s in Park Road to pick up my favourite Union coffee. They’ve got some lovely products in their deli.
Called into the fabulous Thistle Gallery – the fabulous art is selling like wild fire. Amazing gifts for Christmas.
I popped in to say hello to Douglas Blair and Roddy Sheridan at their party to celebrate the opening of their new extended diamond/design/jewellery shop and workshop at Kelvinbridge.
Yesterday was a lovely day for a stroll along the banks of the Clyde.
A wander around this fantastic Alphonse Mucha Exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
You get this nice little tray with an egg timer; I guess so you know when your tea has infused?
Fantastic beaten tin panel by Marion Henderson – made about 1905.
Having a wander around Kelvingrove Art Gallery – spotted this hair comb designed and made by Henry Wilson around 1902. Nice. 🙂
Sitting in the new tearoom at John Lewis.
Looking down at new cars in the Buchanan Galleries shopping centre.
Time for lunch at La Plaza. Now what will I have? The food was good; I would recommend it.
I really liked this photo Jim took.