2008: the year in pictures
Going through all my photos on Flickr made me realise how much I didn't write about. So instead of a best of 2008, here's some exclusive, never seen before photos (unless you've seen them on Flickr, although I've uploaded some special, like).
January - There are hardly any pictures from January. It's always too dark. So here's an outtake from a lunchtime walk along the Broomielaw. Gotta love that big fat font.
February - To Dumfries and Galloway, which is good for spotting old shopfronts. This chemists in Gatehouse of Fleet features in the Wicker Man.
May - The Richmond Park Model Boat Club (Gorbals side of Glasgow Green) for their open day. They have a little model of the Finnieston Crane and everything.
June - Nothing in June went unblogged so here's the ray from Deep Sea World in South Queensferry again. Because I like him.
July - A ride on the miniature railway in Strathaven.
August - A week in that London. We had a lovely afternoon going to The Horniman Museum then wandering about Crystal Palace looking at the dinosaurs.
September - Rock fish fingers in Brighton. I'd never seen the like, only bacon and eggs round our way. So exotic!
November - All Greatness Stands Firm in The Storm, a sculpture by Ian Hamilton Finlay on one of the old bridges over the Clyde.
December - It's been another good year. Let's hope 2009 is even nicer.
Happy holidays and all the best for 2009.