This morning, I was once again presented with reasonable weather for photography. I went again to the valley of the White Cart, but this time to a location at Linn Park, near Clarkston, Glasgow. Here there is an historic iron footbridge which I thought might make a good subject but was sidetracked by some great shots of the reflections in the river which proved particularly attractive at this time of year, combining sunlight and autumn colours. The pics are displayed below.

Reflections at Linn Park


Reflections on White Cart Water


Surreal Reflections


Elsewhere today, my main priority has been working on an itinerary for a self-drive tour of Scotland for 2011. Have submitted details to client and await response.

Just about to post information on Campbell ancestry to my separate Glasgow Ancestry blog.

Weather has been benign but cool with rain this evening.

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