Glasgow Necropolis. June, 2013.

I recently lost my camera and I’m pretty sure that it’s gone forever.
The last photos I took with it were of Glasgow Necropolis and luckily, I copied them onto my computer before I lost my camera.

You’ll have to excuse the ‘Selfie’ and you can click on the images to enlarge them.

Here is Glasgow’s Necropolis on a scorching day in June, 2013.
Amazingly, a lot of people (Glaswegians included) don’t even know that this place exists…

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For all photographic enquires, you can email me here: brokenglasseye@hotmail.com
Just ask for ‘Al’ and tell him that I sent you.

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* Al Cook’s “Necropolis”
* The Victorian Statues In Glasgow’s George Square
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