As we slowly emerge from lock down, some restrictions are eased I managed to get a wee wander around the city. Still very quiet, very eerie, it seems somewhat Post-apocalyptic, yes one should stop being so melodramatic.
Most of the photos were taken on a Sunday afternoon, this would never be possible in normal circumstances.
The restoration of the beautiful Ross Fountain is now complete! Water flows freely for the first time in eight years. Now sporting its new colour of a bluish-green and copper moving away from it’s all gold colour, paying homage to its sister fountain of Fontaines de la Concorde in Paris.
Ross Fountain was produced at the iron foundry of Antoine Durenne in Sommevoire, France, standing at it’s current position in West Princes street gardens since 1872
Panoramic photo of West Princes Street gardens, this has the Castle, The Ross Fountain (which I really wish they would fix) and st cuthbert’s parish church to the right. Between 1460 and 1759 this area was entirely flooded with water, this was the castles northern defense known as the Nor’ Loch