Photos of the Edinburgh Festival street performers Taken August 13th 2019
More photos from the Street performers partaking in the 2019 Edinburgh fringe festival 2019. The weather was kinder today, taken 12th August 2019
It’s August, so we have a plethora of Street performers have descended on to Edinburgh for our entertainment purposes. I’ll post some pictures over the next few weeks. Below shots taken 4th August and 11th August
Well jings crivens and help ma boab! Where did aw the Wullies’ come fae?
An army of Oor Wullies’ descended on the city of Edinburgh overnight.. There are around 60 in Edinburgh, I’ll try and get a wee album together soon, Below is the OWBBT Oor Wullie – Oor Classic #2627 outside the Scottish Parliament
Some lovely wood carvings have appeared in London Road Gardens – a badger and an owl say hello
Inverleith Park a public park north of the city, near the Botanical Gardens. I really like it here, perhaps a place for this years festival fireworks?
Two long exposure shots of the Sky Flier, Christmas market 2018
The New College, home of the School of Divinity part of the University of Edinburgh.
It originally opened its doors in 1846, the architecture is stunning very Hogwarts(ish)
It’s not just Edinburgh’s Old town that has spooky vaults, you can fine one in Gilmerton, about 4 miles southeast of the city. There you will find a wee surprise lurking under the ground.
Gilmerton Cove is a series of underground passageways and chambers hand carved from sandstone, dating from the 18th century. Folklore claims it was the work of an 18th century local blacksmith ‘George Paterson’.
However it’s original use is still a mystery theories claim that it was simply a drinking den for gentry, perhaps a refuge for persecuted Covenanters or smugglers? some even link this site to the Knight Templars (Imaginative folk who haven’t seen a map claim that there could be a secret passage leading to Melrose Abbey)
Similar post as the previous one, walking to work this morning ~07:37 this beautiful atmospheric red sky caught my eye, I had to stop and take this photo to share.
But as the old rhyme says:
Red sky at night, sailors’ delight; Red sky at morning, sailors take warning