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Author Archives: Gary
I managed to leave work an hour earlier today, and did the usual rush-home-grab-camera-gear-jump-in-car-and-rush-over routine. But as I turned the corner which brought the high-rise into view in the distance…
I was busy at work today – we have a supplier installing a new system and I’ve to become involved with supporting it once they depart – and didn’t get to leave until just before 6pm. I had to rush home to grab my gear and then jump in the car and drive straight over. Fortunately, they waited on me.
After yesterday’s anti-climax at the site of the filming of the new Sony advert for their BRAVIA brand, I had decided not to bother going back today and, instead, just spend a lazy day in the flat. Then, at about 5:15, my phone rang…
A bit of a crowd had gathered to watch day one of the shooting of the new Sony Bravia advert, but not as much as I had thought there might be given the publicity from the Evening Times yesterday.
70,000 litres of paint. One derelict tower block. And I’ve not been invited.
Let’s find out a bit more about what’s going on anyway…
In which Gary joins the crowds and visits the recently re-opened Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
In which Gary awoke, looked out the window – and got quite a surprise…