This is a regular series of blogs about photographs of the same place taken years apart. The first of the posts in this series was of a council building in Manchester. I always thought I should give then and now photographs a go. However what I have started to notice is that I have been doing Then and Now photographs unintentionally over the years and have been taking photographs of the same thing or place from the same view or perspective years apart. Now this has come to my attention I have started to intentionally take photographs of the same place.
Staying in Glasgow last year for a conference, I was impressed with the Finnieston Crane, so took a photograph of the crane.
The Finnieston Crane is a disused giant cantilever crane in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. It is no longer operational, but is retained as a symbol of the city’s engineering heritage. The crane was used for loading cargo, in particular steam locomotives, onto ships to be exported around the world.
So when I was back in Glasgow I intentionally took a photograph of the crane.
I took this photograph in November 2022 and then edited it using Snapseed.
I took this photograph a year later in November 2023 and also edited it using Snapseed.