THESE images of Glasgow show snapshots of the city during the course of a year.

From a shot of St Andrews in the Square to a Clydeside crane and tower-blocks under gathering storm clouds, the photographs document Glasgow in all its glory.

They were taken by Evening Times photographer Colin Templeton and are on display at Glasgow Art Club until February 25.

Colin said: "I began taking a photo a day for a website called Blipfoto as a bit of fun but I got really into it and liked the challenge of framing a different photo each day.

"I soon found I was collecting a body of work that I wanted to show to a wider audience and the idea for the exhibition came from that.

"The great thing about my job with the Evening Times is that I'm out every day in different parts of the city and there's just so much to see."

Colin said his favourite photograph from the 25 on display at the Bath Street exhibition space shows a man on his mobile phone through the window of a tenement.

He added: "You look at it and wonder what the man is up to, who he's talking to and what about.

"Of course, we'll never know – and that's part of the interest."

The exhibition is open to the public between 11am to 7pm, except Sundays and Tuesdays, and 11am to 2pm on Saturdays.