A competition to design a landmark structure across the Forth & Clyde Canal at Clydebank, Glasgow, was entered by more than 60 architects from around the world. The winning design was this wonderful canopy inspired by a swan in flight. It is placed over an existing pedestrian bridge and creates a wonderful focal point for the town.
At the base of the Necropolis and home to over 1000 years of history stands the Glasgow Cathedral. The medieval building is steeped in legend, housing the crypt of St. Mungo, Blackadder Aisle, the Chapel of St. John the Evangelist and the Millennium Window.
Gesto House, Bracadale is former tacksman's house from the Isle of Skye. The central core of which may date from circa 1760, extended to the rear in the mid-late 19th century. The locals explained to me that the house was the home of Martin Donald Macleod and his wife Jane (Fry) and their family before they immigrated to Canada in 1845. They have departed on 24th July 1845. The house at Gesto was then known as Drynoch House. How about you. Do you like old houses and ruins!?