Bad Company

I guess this could be an entry in this week’s Travel Theme: Symbol, but I am not certain what Elvis symbolises – I prefer to call it The Good Lady in Bad Company.

We escaped to Glasgow for a couple of days with the prime purpose of getting the sensor on my D600 cleaned, this being our nearest Nikon Service Centre.  It would have been easier to put it in the post but then we would have missed out on an excuse for a few days in this grand city. I have never spent any time here before, just quick business trips in and out, mostly on the same day. It is a wonderful place where we made some delightful discoveries – more posts will follow:

Pam meets Elvis

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17 comments

  1. suej · December 12, 2013

    Gross! (The statue, I mean, not The Good Lady)

    • northumbrianlight · December 12, 2013

      Isn’t he just – he is even worse in colour.

      • suej · December 12, 2013

        Aargh….glad you spared me that!

  2. Malin H · December 12, 2013

    This is very surreal… and I like it. And… by the way… I love Bad Company. 🙂

    • northumbrianlight · December 12, 2013

      Me too – seriously good music. I was too young to really appreciate the Pelvis 🙂

      • Malin H · December 12, 2013

        Haha…

  3. Photography Journal Blog · December 12, 2013

    Good Lady in Bad Company 🙂 love it.

    • northumbrianlight · December 12, 2013

      Some might say that with me about, she is permanently in bad company 🙂

      • Photography Journal Blog · December 14, 2013

        Ha 🙂 Somehow I’m thinking that in this photo she is in worse company…

  4. elisaruland · December 12, 2013

    Funny!

  5. LaVagabonde · December 13, 2013

    Hilarious photo. I never got to explore Glasgow on my trip to Scotland. I just passed through the train and bus stations. So I’m looking forward to your posts about it!

    • northumbrianlight · December 13, 2013

      We really like it – less touristy than Edinburgh. My only regret is that I should have got Pam to emulate Elvis’s pose 🙂

  6. Madelaine · December 13, 2013

    Ah huh huh! 🙂

  7. Mélanie · December 13, 2013

    help! 🙂

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