Looking At Edinburgh

4 August 2008

Independence

Filed under: people, photos — Tags: , — EdinburghEye @ 8:00 am

something

This photo is available on Redbubble: Independence.

27 July 2008

Sleeping with a friend

homeless man with dog

On the whole, I’d always rather just identify where and when I took this photo (sometimes not even that, since I noticed no one ever clicked on the google-maps links I used to provide). If the picture doesn’t speak for itself, what is the point of it?

In this case, though… (more…)

26 July 2008

Princes Street Gardens: child running

Filed under: parks, people, photos — Tags: , , , , — EdinburghEye @ 8:08 am

child running uphill

This photo is available on Redbubble: Child Running

5 July 2008

Farmers’ Market, 28th June

Approaching the farmers market

These photos were all taken at the farmers’ market, Saturday 28th June, on Castle Terrace.

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7 June 2008

Farmers’ market, first Saturday in June

A beautiful sunny day for the farmers’ market this morning. One small yet sophisticated shopper was wearing her coolest sunglasses.

Look, you all know where the farmers’ market is, right? This photo is available on Redbubble: Sophisticated Shopper.
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4 June 2008

Under the old railway bridge

Filed under: parks, people, photos, river, trees — Tags: , , , , — EdinburghEye @ 10:31 am

I took this photo under the old railway bridge on the Water of Leith walkway, looking towards the river. It’s available on Redbubble: Solitary walker.

18 May 2008

Basketball in Victoria Park

Filed under: parks, people, photos — Tags: , , , , — EdinburghEye @ 8:18 am

A pick-up game in Victoria Park: the smallest boy just made a field goal.

I took this photo here. It’s available on Redbubble: Basketball Boys.

24 February 2008

Welcome to the farmers market

Filed under: farmers market, food, people, photos — Tags: , , , — EdinburghEye @ 4:48 pm

This photograph was taken here. It’s on Redbubble: At the farmers market.

The farmers’ market is every Saturday, 9am to 2pm, at Castle Terrace. Get there early, have yourself a hot cup of coffee from the Torchwood stalls at either end, a hot bowl of porridge from Stoats, and browse for fresh, fresh, lovely food.

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