Visiting famous landmarks can often feel a bit overwhelming for me and i always seek to find different angles and some strange perspectives to capture them - like hiding behind this haystack to photograph castle mezies.
we visited this impressive 16th century castle during a recent roadtrip of highland perthshire 🏰
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"this is a city of shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas. a city so beautiful it breaks the heart again and again." [alexander mccall smith]
wherever you are in edinburgh, just turn around to be gifted with a breathtaking view of the castle, here in a rare moment of beautiful sunlight (of course it started raining soon after it). 🍃
The best thing about instagram is this community of pocket friends. today i finally got to meet the wonderful @nikimphoto , all the way from south africa. nicki, it was brief, but what a joy to finally meet you. also, you should totally be following her, for beautiful squares of light, colour and emotion. she’s an elusive unicorn, so obviously i totally failed to get a picture of her, here’s a scene from our walk instead // #todayimet#communityfirst
Don't just watch from beyond the fence
if you see something you want to be involved in. find a way - any way - that suits you. you have your place, and oftentimes it's not just luck. because that's just a combination of preparation, timing, and opportunity.
Hello again, as my last post for edinburgh world heritage, here’s one of my favourite edinburgh hidden gems! chessels court is located in canongate and ewh has exciting plans for this court and other edinburgh closes. join them on the 20th september at 5.30pm in the mackenzie building at old assembly close for update on 12 closes plan! anyone is welcome 😊 - @exploringedinburgh
Calm before the storm
the meadows has to be one of my favourite places in the city centre. there's always something going on. perfect people watching place.
this was taken at the end of august before the leaves began to fall. times are a-changing and so is my feed.
The weather is absolutely wild today. i don’t think i’ve ever driven in winds this fast 🌬
there’s something about storms that make me feel cosy and warm, but only when i’m home inside, no exploring today i think