We took part in a 2015 Euro Photowalk to Scotland. Part of this time was spent in Glasgow. The two buildings in this picture are of the SSE Hydro (on the right - an entertainments and sports centre) and the SECC Precinct (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre), such amazing architecture!
US Space Needle I was deliberating over whether to upload this as monochrome or colour, as the foreground structure is bright red, but as you can see, opted for the monochrome, as it looks much more dramatic.
Just wandering round a rain forest in the Olympic National Park, in Washington, back in 2011. There really were some great old trees, this one, though, looking quite tragic, apart from the spring of hope that's shown in the little tiny tree that is shooting out from it's side.
On the Clyde.... The Clyde Arc (Glasgow, Scotland) was officially named and opened on 18th September, 2006. It has also been known as the Finnieston Bridge and the Squinty Bridge, the latter name given by Glaswegians because it diagonally crosses the river Clyde.