Storm Ciara brought a series of snow blizzards to Glasgow streets. As they mostly lasted 10-15 minutes and the temperatures firmly stayed 2 degrees Celcius and above, the snow turned into slush virtually minutes after hitting the ground.
I went to see the Homeless Jesus at Nelson Mandela Place one afternoon in hope to capture the sculpture amidst the elements just after such a blizzard, but there were only water droplets left.
After days of gloominess, the winter sun asserted its rights so brightly and furiously. I usually avoid shooting in a contrasty light, but I loved the bold colours that was hitting the lens, the veil of tiny droplets falling from the roofs and glistening in the air, and the moist sheen on the pavements. My eyes craved yellows and oranges!