This is the road we took to get to the house we stayed in on Skye last week. A seriously scenic drive! The snow capped Cuillins look absolutely stunning at this time of year.
I spent about 3 hours over a couple of days at various parts of this road taking shots and I never saw a single car come by.
"A great day out with two of Clydebank's finiest, Andy Magee , and Andy Causer.
This was the first photo of the day, got a load more that I'll keep for through the week.
The beauty of Flikr is I only found out about this place by browsing a contacts stream - Billy Currie."
"The Clyde on a cold winter/spring evening. Unfortunately there wasn't a ship on the stocks unlike my last visit last September. 10 seconds f/16. A six stop + three stop filters. I wasn't prepared to use my 10 stop. One slip and it would have ended up in the Clyde."
"Here's an early morning image of the 'Clyde Clock' I took on the way to work recently.
Glaswegians really confuse me - when I was taking this the people shuffling around the city were darting baffled expressions and dirty looks my way.
For what? Taking a photo of one of the city's many interesting landmarks?
I find this astonishing as I walk past here every day and no one bats an eyelid at the pools of sick, takeaway wrappers, food splattered on the pavement and on the walls and the empty drinks cans and bottles - especially at the Royal Concert Hall which you can see across the street here, where late-night revellers mainly leave unsightly evidence of their drunken excesses.
It makes me wish that some of the locals would drag themselves out of the dark ages and take a bit of pride in what they've got instead of treating it like a trash can.
That said, I had been trying to get a nice shot of the Clyde Clock for some time and, despite the confused looks of some Glasgow Neanderthals, I think managed to get one that does this landmark a bit of well-earned justice....."
"I had a lovely day today photographing some of the principals in the Alloa Ballet Company's (http://www.alloaballetcompany.co.uk) 2011 show Alice In Wonderland. They were all beautiful, with fantastic smiles. So how to choose just one photograph as my Photo Of The Day?
Well, this is the one that I chose, because I like the depth of field effect. This poor hedgehog is about to be the ball in a game of croquet, and the Queen of Hearts looks pretty fearsome. "
And of course the quirky....