Patrick McGuire is one of the most talented photographers that Celtic fans have.
Whatever the occasion he manages to capture the moment in a unique and lasting way.
Normally from high up in the Lisbon Lions Stand he shares his images from an angle that is rarely shown from traditional match pictures.
Sitting among the fans he captures the joy and raw emotions as the action unfolds, publishing pictures that make you linger a little longer than normal.
some photos from Celtic Park in the frost, yesterday pic.twitter.com/ZUwEzqYcWv
— Patrick McGuire (@paddimir) December 2, 2019
Awe inspiring stuff. Thank you.
— Laurence Seagrave (@LharrySeagrave) December 2, 2019
Autumn turning to winter is a favoured time for photographers with low light allowing crisper than usual pictures with Celtic Park in December looking as if it was hovering around the freezing mark.
The image from behind of Jock Stein brilliantly captures the presence of the man with the 2019 image not far from the spot on Kerrydale Street that he popped off a bus 52 years earlier holding a trophy that has defined the club ever since.
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