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A Trip To Edinburgh (page 11/14)

[picture: Edinbugh Castle]

Edinbugh Castle

Seen, I think, from the Haymarket. This is a multi-shot panorama.

[picture: Numbers 4, 5 & 6]

Numbers 4, 5 & 6

The sign actually means that the houses or residences numbered 4, 5 and 6 on this street are to the right, and not the integers themselves.

[picture: Numbers 4, 5 & 6: 2]

Numbers 4, 5 & 6: 2

Another view.

[picture: Thomas Guthrie]

Thomas Guthrie

Thomas Guthrie D.D. Preacher – Philanthropist

1803 – 1873

[picture: Edinburgh cows]

Edinburgh cows

The evening sun on the stone buildings is very attractive. In the foregrouond are some stupid sculpted cows painted bright colours. Toronto did this with mouse instead [...] [more...]

[picture: Bored Queen]

Bored Queen

I imagine she must be very bored indeed all the way up there, and cold too.

[picture: Rearing Horse]

Rearing Horse

A sculpture of a rearing horse. Oh, and there’s a person riding the horse, which is probably why it’s unhappy.

[picture: Edinburgh Castle from Edinburgh]

Edinburgh Castle from Edinburgh

Edinburgh Castle is the building in the background to the left and middle of the picture, on top of the hill. Yes, it’s huge. The white buildings nearer to the camera [...] [more...]

[picture: Edinburgh railway station]

Edinburgh railway station

Those shiny things are called rails and the trains go on them.

[picture: toilet]


In the hotel, the urinals were in a room with marble walls and floor.

[picture: toilet 2]

toilet 2

I don’t know why I photographed the toilet. But if you want a picture of the mens’ room, here it is.

[picture: Over There]

Over There

Edinburgh has countryside nearby.

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