Edinburgh winter

At the beginning of January, I visited Edinburgh. I love returning to this city – it’s one of my favourite. Here are some photos.

Arthur's Seat

The majestic Arthur’s Seat, at the doorstep of the city

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On the way to the fantastic Sheep Heid Inn, an Edinburgh institution not to e missed.

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Edinburgh University 

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The old Edinburgh harbour

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Scott’s monument amidst winter cheer

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I just love dots!

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What the dots are made of. Not sure what this building is. Anyone?

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Night nearing the Castle

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The great Scott (Walter)

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Yeap, it’s confirmed: I still love dots! (These were done intentionally!)

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Edinburgh Castle 2

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Edinburgh Castle 3

 

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17 Comments

  1. Lovely photographs.

    The building you are not sure about is the Bank of Scotland Head Office. It’s got a Museum of Money in which is interesting and free!!

    Come back soon.
    Janet

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  2. Oduvijek sam htjela vidjeti Škotsku, ima nešto magično privlačno u toj zemlji. Nadam se da ću to i napraviti u skoroj budućnosti.
    Fotke su prekrasne i baš mi je drago da si podijelila s nama malo svog doživljaja.🙂

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  3. Slazem se! Skotska je magicna, posebno Edinburgh. Grad je fantastican, voljela bi cak zivjeti tamo, samo ne znam bi li prezivjela nedostatak sunca…

    Drago mi je da ti se svidjaju fotkice. Obozavam moj novi fotoaparat!

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  4. I love Edinburgh, too. I have been so many times I’ve lost count, but never yet in winter. It looks beautiful.

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  5. Gorgeous pictures. I love the dots, too!

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  6. Great photos. Thanks

    Did you do any sledging on Arthur’s Seat?

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  7. Hey there, thanks for the comment on the photos, glad you like them.

    I promise to keep an eye on your blog, I’m pretty useless at keeping up and tend to do it all in one hit at the weekend, but for now, rest assured I will be making the Persian Baklava this weekend – I adore it, so I’ll let you know how it stacks up to a recipe I was given a few years back ;o)

    Cheers

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  8. Your photos are so pretty they would make perfect postcards!
    My cousin Andrew use to go to Edinburgh for their classical music festival in the summer.

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  9. Lovely photos! I’d love to visit Edinburgh, someday!

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  10. Thanks for your comments, everyone. Edinburgh is a fantastic place.

    ROO, welcome to my blog! Look forward to hearing about your baklava adventure!

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  11. happy new year, dear. what beautiful photos, exquisite. how are you liking your new camera? xo shayma

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  12. I’m loving it! And it has deepened my interest in photography, too.
    Happy new year!

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  13. your photos are spectacular! We’ve only been to E once and loved the place.

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  14. Thanks, darling! Oh you must go! You know S & T live there now, don’t you? I went to visit them, in fact!

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  15. I knew and just tried to email Sam this week when I saw her on Facebook.
    Also love dots, especially with dashes.

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  16. I love the photos.Impressive! especially of the trees with the lights on. I too like the DOTS.

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  17. Thanks, Animary and Elisa!

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