Celtic fans are used to hearing about storm clouds over the club- last night one fan managed to capture a peaceful Celtic Park with storms brewing.
So here they are, noctilucent clouds above Celtic Park last night around 2am. Aurora and startrails will always be really difficult to capture but these glow eerily in the sky even in strong light pollution. Chuffed i managed to capture these shots! pic.twitter.com/YApjmDwv02
— Hargi (@hargi_) June 10, 2019
The stadium is quickly becoming something of a magnet for photographers with a range of features to capture.
Standing alone in the east end of Glasgow just off London Road the creation of The Celtic Way and addition of statues has made it much more than just a football stadium.
Inside the stadium work is going on with the pitch after the hybrid surface was laid last summer alongside the introduction of disco lights.
On the pitch Neil Lennon’s non internationalists will return for pre-season training on Monday with the draw for the first round of the Champions League qualifiers taking place the next day.
Celtic’s first pre-season friendly is on June 26 away to Pinkfeld of Austria with the first competitive match of the new season being played on July 9 or 10 as the club sets out on their bid to reach the group phase of the Champions League.