Skyscapes

Lothian No. 30 to Musselburgh: at Waterloo Place, Edinburgh

The number 30 bus to Newington helped me on my way to this morning’s walking. I’ve always had my car in Edinburgh hitherto but have chosen, for April and August this year, either to walk, or to use only public transport – train, tram or bus. The decision radically alters one’s view of the city and facilitates all sorts of happy conversations. I love the cosmopolitan nature of this city – the sound of many languages, the music of innumerable cultures, astonishing choice of cuisine. Edinburgh is loved by locals and by visitors alike, and one hears cheerful conversations and a lot of laughter. And I’m never the only person making photographs – almost anyone with access to a camera speaks of and tries to capture ancient and modern, panoramic views and skyscapes …

Bernard Terrace and Arthur’s Seat
Corner of Buccleuch Street & Melville Drive
The Meadows Tennis Courts
The Meadows – greening
Middle Meadows Walk and Quartermile
Middle Meadows Walk
The Vennel and Edinburgh Castle
The Vennel and Edinburgh Castle
Castle Ramparts from The Grassmarket
The Grassmarket
La Barantine Victoria – tarte aux poires 😊
Princes Street Gardens, the Scott Monument and the Balmoral Hotel
Princes Street Gardens beneath the Royal Mile
Princes Street Shopping
After supper twilight in St Andrew’s Square

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