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swelter Posted 3rd Jan 2013, 01:01pm
  Hi

6 of my prints from the 1970's are on display until 17th January at Trongate 103 if you are passing by drop in.

Hugh.

"Street Level Photowork's new show '7th Street Level Open' is now open to the public!
We are also showing the photographs of Hugh Hood in the Trongate 103 foyer, together with works from Project Ability, Glasgow Print Studio and Sharmanka."

http://www.19seventy4.blogspot.co.uk/
wellfield Posted 24th Nov 2012, 05:00pm
  Loved the pictures!!!
bilbo.s Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 07:32pm
  Great fotiz, Hugh ! Loved the YouTube of the Val d´Oro. Remember well having a fish tea there after a visit to the Barras - no idea how long ago that was !
Jupiter Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 07:00pm
  Hugh,some great pictures and all the better as they are in black and white.Thanks for putting them on.
swelter Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 04:38pm
  Hi Scots Kiwi Lass,

I caught the 54 bus from Hope St when I was working in Glasgow and got off at Saracen St/Keppochhill Road.
I wish I had taken more photos of the area around Garscube Road and Phoenix Park which was near by.

Hugh
Scots Kiwi Lass Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 10:28am
  Great stuff, Hugh. I really enjoyed it.

One shot of a wee pub on its own reminded me of the sixties. i used to catch the 54 bus from Cadder to Hope Street to go to work in Bath Street. I think there was more than one such pub still standing on Garscube Road after the rest of their tenements were demolished. It brought back so many memories. Thanks a million.
ashfield Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 09:31am
  Many thanks Hugh, it's much appreciated smile.gif

Oh, and I like Moby as well yes.gif
swelter Posted 22nd Nov 2012, 09:25am
  Hi

I've changed hosting for my website and have re uploaded my Glasgow 1974 Slideshow again.

http://hughhood.com/Glasgow-1974/

Hugh
DavidT Posted 23rd Oct 2012, 10:28am
 
QUOTE (swelter @ 23rd Oct 2012, 10:15am) *
Hi
Just a follow up with my Glasgow photos from the seventy's to say they have moved to here: http://19seventy4.blogspot.co.uk/

I'm trying to find the original location of the images from the seventies on goggle street view to create a before and after photographs like this: http://19seventy4.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/b...ent-cinema.html

I've also uploaded a video with Luigi Corvi's Fish and Chip shop in the Gallowgate : http://youtu.be/f0oAyZT-dEg

Hugh Hood


Hi Hugh, I checked out all your links..fascinating stuff. I have subscribed to your blog. I'll have a proper look later. Cheers, David

swelter Posted 23rd Oct 2012, 09:00am
  Hi
Just a follow up with my Glasgow photos from the seventy's to say they have moved to here: http://19seventy4.blogspot.co.uk/

I'm trying to find the original location of the images from the seventies on goggle street view to create a before and after photographs like this: http://19seventy4.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/b...ent-cinema.html

I've also uploaded a video with Luigi Corvi's Fish and Chip shop in the Gallowgate : http://youtu.be/f0oAyZT-dEg

Hugh Hood
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