The weekend before last I was up in Edinburgh for the Geograph conference, which is a photography cum maps cum geography project with a website at www.geograph.org.uk. It does score pretty high on the Parka Scale of anorakism, but it keeps me off the streets and in the hills most of the time.
The following pictures are three things that caught my eye:
The sunshine in Leith reflected through a blue glass and a glass of Peroni:
The stern stone bull over what was once a butcher’s shop on St. Mary’s Street in the Old Town:
An oblique shot of windows in the side wall of a building in Holyrood Street: