Glasgow Science Centre is a major visitor attraction on the south bank of the River Clyde. When I was there last July it really reminded me of the Salford Quays area near where I live. Glasgow Science Centre is the equivalent of the Imperial War Museum North. Not in terms of content or architectural design but there was just a similar vibe about it. Both look very expensive and impressive to me, but I don’t see a lot of people going to either centre. Still, that doesn’t bother me as a photographer and it was a joy to get the chance to photograph this unique and good looking building. At the point when this picture was captured I had just spent almost a week in Scotland without seeing blue sky. Seeing a sight like this made me and still makes me extremely happy. The tower in the background is the Glasgow Tower, where I actually took the lift up to the top soon after taking this photo.