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Tunnock’s factory in winter

I don’t know if we are still technically in winter, and I don’t really care. So long as the temperature at night can fall to -3°C and below, and I can see frost in the morning, it still feels like winter, and that’s close enough for me.

Whenever I manage to wander as far as the Tunnock’s factory in Uddingston, I like grab a pic, if only to note the time of day.

The pic below may not look like a good photograph of the factory and clock, but there was a reason for it – winter!

Usually, you can’t see the factory for those trees in the foreground, because they are in leaf, so you have to stand in the side street, and take the picture from there, and this generally shows only the wall to the right of the clock. At this time of year, one can stand in Main Street, and take a shot that shows the factory to the left of the clock (instead of the right), which is obscured by the trees when they are covered in leaves.

Tunnock's factory

Tunnock’s factory


March 10, 2013 - Posted by | Civilian, photography | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Reblogged this on ukmade – UK Made Products – BRITISH MADE.


    Comment by ukmade | March 10, 2013

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