Today, I went to photograph the conservation village of Eaglesham, south of Glasgow. This is a ‘planned village’ with some fascinating architecture. The place name appears to have nothing to do with eagles; its a corruption of the Low Latin word for church ecclesia with an unusual English -ham ending. Here is a selection of images taken late November.




This is the Eglinton Arms hotel in the centre of Eaglesham



On the way home stopped at the aptly named Waterfoot and took some pics of the weir and river.


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