Strolling through Edinburgh

I went out for a lunchtime walk around Edinburgh today.  And I thought you might like to join me.  It is amazing what one can see, when one pays attention.

There is blossom in the trees already, and spring flowers emerging in people’s gardens:

Pretty pathways and roads with views to the Forth Estuary:

Interesting shops, with their windows also reflecting various things!

Green spaces, here also with signs of spring flowers, views of Edinburgh castle, and architecture where old meets new:

Places to think and people who think:

The city centre, with views of the Scott Memorial, the Balmoral Hotel, Waverley Station, Calton Hill, various bridges, and still more views across to the Forth Estuary:

We are very lucky to live in such an brilliant place – one can certainly never be bored! 🙂



14 thoughts on “Strolling through Edinburgh

  1. Great photos, Liz. So much nicer than here today with Storm Imogen wreaking havoc!

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    1. Indeed! Important to make the most of a nice day 😀

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  2. I love Edinburgh!! Soon the cherry blossoms will come!! Splendid photos!

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    1. Yes, can’t wait for those cherries to bloom! 😀🌸🌺

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      1. Please post lots of photos!!! Hugs coming across the ocean.

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      2. Will do! And sending hugs back 💕💖❣

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  3. It looks lovely, I have visited a couple of times and always liked it!

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    1. We are blessed to call this lovely city our home 😀

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  4. Edinburgh is such a beautiful city. I haven’t visited for many years and seeing all your lovely photos I really think I ought to go again soon!

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  5. This is a fun exercise–it gets you to see your own town with new eyes!

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    1. You are so right! I really made an effort to look properly at things, rather than just walking by familiar sights. Thank you for picking up on that. 🙂


  6. You are so very lucky. 🙂

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    1. yes, indeed – and so important to recognise it too 🙂

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