Deep under the Glasgow Cathedral!
I have been to Glasgow, Scotland several times over the years and always enjoy visiting there. It's a nice town. There's a lot to shoot: historic buildings and great architecture, a beautiful river, an incredible University, and some excellent churches. These are all things that I love to shoot.
Plus, I find the Scottish people to be amazingly friendly. That's always an added bonus. So put those two together and you get a really attractive place to me. I would love to spend lots more time in Scotland, exploring some of the more remote spots. There are some amazing landscapes there.
Anyways, in all my prior visits I had never made it to Glasgow Cathedral, and I'm not really sure why. I had passed it by in a car and seen pics of it, but I never made my way there. Luckily, I was able to change that the last time I went to Glasgow...and I am glad I went!
The Cathedral itself is quite stunning but I really was taken by this crypt underneath. There's just something awesome about prowling around underneath a church, where it is noticeably cooler and every little sound gives off a dull echo. It's doubly fun when you have it all to yourself, and come across a scene like this one. As you can imagine, I was pretty stoked to shoot this place!