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There are some movie titles or song lyrics which in my head relate to some destinations. In this case it is a song titled "Super Trouper" by Abba. For some reason one of their songs starts like that:

I WAS SICK AND TIRED OF EVERYTHING
WHEN I CALLED YOU LAST NIGHT FROM GLASGOW…

For the whole two days which I spent in Glasgow with my family, this song was constantly playing in my head, and I couldn’t wait for a chance to upload a photo with a title like that, although I can understand that you may not find it as funny nor as suitable as I do.
Coincidentally, I had yesterday a surgery which I think went quite well, but I suppose it is only fair for me to use this phrase “I was sick and tired of everything”. I relation to this, I really like Ian’s comment “We can’t afford to lose TE members”, ha, ha. These were the funniest birthday wishes I got so far today 😊

As mentioned before, we had the 4-day long Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday at the beginning of June. We were tempted to get away but, in the end, we spent one day with friends in Whitby, the second day we had that lovely hike with some other friends along River Tees, which I presented recently. For the remaining two days, the weather forecast got a bit worse for Teesside, where I live, but surprisingly was magnificent for Scotland so we decided last minute to go just for two days to Glasgow, which we have never visited before. Even though the days are extremely long now, I felt like I must try some blue hour photos and the obvious choice for me was the riverside…

This photo was taken from the Bells Bridge along the River Clyde towards the Finnieston Crane (in the left) and the Squinty Bridge (in the right).

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