Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Glasgow Old & New


The Tolbooth Steeple is an imposing medieval landmark at Glasgow Cross, once the hub of the city of Glasgow. The steeple is all that remains of a much larger Tolbooth building which included a debtors prison as well as the town clerk's offices and the council hall. Built in 1636, the 126ft-high steeple is one of the most prominent landmarks in the area.

Camera Canon 1D
Lens 25-105mm IS
Focal length 28mm
Exposure 1/60 sec @ f16


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