About that dancing along the Clyde…

Well, after posting that story about the dancers on the river Clyde in Glasgow the other day (see here) I decided to take a look at some of the other pictures I took that day, including about another half-dozen that included those dancers. And they are not only the same dancers in every picture but several of them are wearing black tee-shirts emblazoned with the name and logo of their dance club: Glasgow Lindyhoppers. I had thought originally that this was impromptu dancing by strollers and bikers on the River Clyde Walkway. But no, it was all planned! Well, good for them. They were having fun with their favorite pastime and getting some fresh air at the same time and and others were enjoying watching them.

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View of Victoria Bridge and the River Clyde from the South Portland Street Suspension Bridge. The Glasgow Lindyhoppers in the foreground are dancing in an area of the Clyde Walkway called the Custom House Quay.

Click on any photo to see a larger version of that photo.

Here are some more pictures of the dancers:

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Dancing on the walkway opposite Laurieston House on Carlton Place.

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View of our dancers from underneath the South Portland Suspension Bridge.

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In this view the South Portland Street Suspension Bridge is in the background.

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One more view of the Glasgow Lindyhoppers along the River Clyde.

Here’s the color version of the monochrome photo that was my Monochrome Madness entry the other day:

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The color version of my entry for Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness Challenge 3-23 (see here for the monochrome version).

You can find more info on the Glasgow Lindyhoppers at their website here.

I’ll show a few more pictures of my walk along the River Clyde later on this week.

 

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2 Responses to About that dancing along the Clyde…

  1. Betty says:

    You’ll have to visit GGPark in SF on Sundays – 8th & Fulton, behind the DeYoung: Lindy in the Park-
    been going on for 20 years!

  2. Pingback: The River Clyde Walkway in Glasgow | Crow Canyon Journal

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