A dog joins a queue for ice-cream in Glasgow: Douglas Corrance’s best photograph
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‘It was the 1980s and the city had a New York feeling. I enjoyed the orderliness of this queue – then this dog came haring past with its tongue hanging out, as if it wanted an ice-cream, too’One spring afternoon in 1983, I was walking around Glasgow with my camera. The city was changing, building up to rebranding itself in 1990 as European City of Culture. At that time, Glasgow had the same feeling as New York – there was always something going on in the streets. A lot of my shots come about by...

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