Kilimanjaro

Late, great breakfast at the fabulous Kilimanjaro Coffee on Nicholson Street this morning. Friendly, warm and welcoming.

Imagine an architectural era of craftsmanship when Edinburgh’s beautiful chimney stacks were built of dressed stone …

You just call out my name, and you know, wherever I am, I’ll come running …

Carole King
for Tapestry, 1971

Honestly, sorely tempted by Beautiful at the Festival Theatre – but for the fifth time? Maybe a little excessive!

2021 – Living beneath Arthur’s Seat. Here’s one from a year ago today – one of those times and a Springtime view that’s engraved on my heart …

A lovely couple of hours in the gardens with my book and camera before supper

An explosion of magnolia

New College School of Divinity on The Mound

Edinburgh Castle, parts of which date back to 1103, and integral to Edinburgh’s World Heritage status, seen from Princes Street Gardens

The Ross Fountain, Princes Street Gardens

St Cuthbert’s Parish Church & St John’s Episcopal Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh

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