Monday, April 02, 2007

Hanging Out With Dead People


Sunday afternoon I went to the Necropolis.

I had been meaning to go there for quite some time now. I'd had a conversation with a friend a while back about how strange it was that I hadn't seen a cemetery since moving here (lots of churches but no graveyards). Then after a week of coming out with that observation I smacked myself in the head remembering the Necropolis.



It's this massive cemetery on the top of a hill overlooking Glasgow Cathedral (there on the left) You can't miss it, it's huge.

I had spent some time there the first time I was in Glasgow back in 2005. I remember it being a very windy, rainy, sunny, cold, warm day. But this time it was a sunny warm day. A bit of a breeze picked up as I was walking up the hill to get to the top but it was a nice breeze.




It was almost too sunny of a day. Some of the pictures I took looked a tad overexposed.


I really need to work on using my manual settings a bit more.

1 comment:

Katie said...

I was tagged to complete this expat questionnaire, and now I'm tagging you. You don't have to do it if you don't want to, but I thought it was fun. Here it is:

5 things you love about your new country.
4 things you miss about your old country.
3 things that annoy you about your new country
2 things that surprise you about your new country
1 thing that you'd really miss if you had to leave your new country.