A couple of weeks ago at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Scales tipping into autumn.
Picking summer fruits at Craigie’s Farm near Queensferry. A favourite childhood activity revisited.
One of the few good things about lockdown has been having more time to explore our local area. Today we walked up Corstorphine Hill, which is only a few minutes’ drive from home. It’s easy to get a nature fix in this city.
Wandering around the botanics, which are looking lovely, even on a grey day.
Around Newhaven harbour today.
Walked up to the castle today and back through the city. It still feels strange seeing most places closed at what would normally be the height of the tourist season. It’s obvious that Edinburgh’s economy has been hit hard by the pandemic, like so many other places.
Some photos from around the Water of Leith at Dean Village this morning.
On and around Craiglockhart Hill. Good views today.
Low tide on the Firth of Forth near Cramond Island.
Warriston Cemetery on the day of the summer solstice.