Category Archives: photowalk
Photos from a particular photogenic sunset at Cramond.
Photos from a short walk down the Mound and through Princes Street Gardens on a Spring morning.
It’s not often that the snow lies in the centre of Edinburgh, and – whilst I didn’t have a lot of time to take advantage of it – I did manage to get some shots of the Castle and Princes … Read the rest of this entry
The light at this time of year can be at its most magical: watery rays of sunlight casting long shadows amongst the colours of autumn. Conditions were ideal earlier this week, when I took a short walk around Princes Street … Read the rest of this entry
This week, Matt Harding of Where The Hell Is Matt? fame was in Edinburgh to film a segment for his new ‘dancing badly around the world’ video. This involved several dozen people trekking up to St Anthony’s Chapel in Holyrood … Read the rest of this entry
Caiplie Caves sit on the Fife Coastal Path to the west of Crail. Believed to have been used as as shelter by monks and pilgrims on the way to St Andrews, they certainly have an atmosphere about them, with element-carved … Read the rest of this entry
This walk which circles Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park is one of my favourites in Edinburgh. I usually start at the car park outside Holyrood Palace, then head past St Margaret’s Loch and up Queen’s Drive, which rises gently to … Read the rest of this entry
The Pentland Hills, to the south of Edinburgh, are a paradise for walkers, cyclists and hill climbers. There are many paths and trails which criss-cross the hills; and much of Edinburgh’s drinking supply is sourced from the many reservoirs in … Read the rest of this entry