Glasgow’s Clydeside.

A quick short post from here in grey Scotland this morning. Monday morning and there’s plenty to be done, as ever.

Back in 1993 as a young freelance photographer I shot this Glasgow image, of the shipbuilding on the River Clyde, the Paddle Steamer Waverley and a view of the city. I’ve always been happy with the photograph, to me it captures the city, and the heritage of the Clyde. A couple of weeks ago the Editorial Photographers UK website asked me for an image and a story to use on their Showcase page, and as I had just returned to work here in Glasgow again after 9 years in Japan, I thought it apt to dig this shot out of the archive. If you click over to the EPUK website you can enjoy the backstory to how I shot this photograph of shipbuilding, and PS Waverley, on the River Clyde. A short read for your morning coffee break.

Follow this link if you’d like to see more photographs of shipbuilding on the River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland. Many thanks.

The PS Waverley passes the Kvaerner shipyards, prior to a ship launch, on the River Clyde, Glasgow, Scotland, 1993. ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 1993, all rights reserved.

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