Glasgow School of Art

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (18)

Eva Kaprinay on July 9, 2008

Very good :-) Cheers Eva

MoMof4 on July 9, 2008

I love stairs, and this is beautiful!

Samo Trebizan on July 9, 2008

Good shot Alan!

Greetings from Slovenia!

Samo T.

© Alan Knox on July 9, 2008

Thyank you so much Eva, BollaBorcsa & Samo T!


KasiaD on July 9, 2008

I like this composition. The people add dynamism to it. Kasia

Larry Workman QIN on July 9, 2008

And it is a work of art in front of a school of art. Very nice Alan. This really shows the beauty and purity of black and white photography. Larry

© Alan Knox on July 10, 2008

Thank you so much Kasia & Larry! You're right Larry, the building inspires black and white photography, the art deco lines and black steel furnishings give such mood and depth.


Thomas Splietker on July 10, 2008

Nice 3x3 Format, looks very well. I like it in Black and White!

Thomas My Contest

Thomas Splietker on July 10, 2008

(Y* for your galery)

Thomas Splietker on July 10, 2008

Very nice composed this picture, i like this Black and White!

Thomas My Contest

© Alan Knox on July 10, 2008

Thank you so much Thomas!


Tony Reid on August 1, 2008

Very well done alan. I like this one.

Cheers, Tony

Shots for August Vote

youssef_alam on August 12, 2008

Good shot Alan!

i like this Black and White!

Greetings from Egypt!

taoy on August 12, 2008

Looks great in B&W. Nice shot!

Greetings from Japan

my photos for August vote

®mene on September 5, 2008

very great Alan ... I really like the way you see the world :)

By times it is very nice to go back to the old fashioned way of the b/w photograhy. That brings way more expression.

cheers - michael

cadin on September 19, 2008

Magnificent photos of architecture. I love this building (by Mackintosh I think). That encourages me to load some photos of British architectural features I have taken this summer.

Thanks a lot, Alan, for commenting my shot of Monfragüe.


AnTalk on December 11, 2008

Nice B&W. Would be better if it were just a little bit more symmetric.

© Alan Knox on November 25, 2009

Thank you so much for your very kind comments!


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