Walking home …

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No matter the hour in Edinburgh, wherever you’re walking home from, whatever the season – hot or cold, wind or calm, there’s always something cheering and inspiring to see along the way. Among tonight’s gifts was the sight of a beautiful young fox, sleek and gorgeous, on the Royal Mile – perhaps too shy and certainly too fleet of foot to oblige with a photo.

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More breezy encounters

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‘Hold on to your hat’ was the leitmotif of the day here in windy Edinburgh, ‘and don’t forget a winter coat and scarf.’ Chilly indeed, but beautiful, and vibrant as ever wherever one looks. Autumn colours and early festive lights at The Dome. Shopping. A coffee stop. More photographs. And by early evening glad to be warm, well fed, and home …

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The Signet Library

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Coffee at Edinburgh’s Signet Library (link) in Parliament Square this morning, followed by an amble around some of the usual haunts of the Royal Mile and beyond, on a damp but wonderfully bright morning.

WS – Writers To The Signet (Lawyers)

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The Signet Library

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St Giles’ Cathedral

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Parliament Square

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The Heart of Midlothian

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Salisbury Crags and Arthur’s Seat

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Edinburgh Castle

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The School of Law, University of Edinburgh

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