Ubiquitous Chip hosts Yelp's Gallery of Glasgow

Photographs showcasing the best of Glasgow are on display at the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant.

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This picture of the Finnieston Crane features in exhibition
This picture of the Finnieston Crane features in exhibition

The Yelp's Gallery of Glasgow features 76 snaps of everything from iconic buildings and landmarks, to food and drink.

Photographs were selected from over 1800 submissions uploaded to the Yelp website between January and March 2014.

Places captured include Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Bread Meats Bread, The Hanoi Bike Shop, HMV, Buchanan Galleries and Wild Cabaret.

All prints are up for sale for £10 each, with all proceeds going to Glasgow Women's Aid.

Yelp is a community website where local people who know and love their city come to talk about what's cool and happening in Glasgow.

The Yelp's Gallery of Glasgow will be at Ubiquitous Chip until Sunday May 4.

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