PHOTOWALK- A sunny February Sunday in Edinburgh

 

With bright blue skies in Edinburgh today, I decided to make the most of the gorgeous weather and went for an early morning walk.

Parking outside the Botanics (free on Sundays) I headed through Inverleith Park, Stockbridge, Canonmills and back through the east gate of the Botanics.

Growing up in Stockbridge, I love to return and visit all my favourite places.I had also been requested by a family member to photograph San Marco’s frontage before it was changed.

I’d like to personally thank Franco, Nino and the San Marco family for numerous meals at San Marco over the years, endless fish suppers from Franco’s and of course, many happy meals at Capone’s (for those that remember!)

All the photos were taken with a point and shoot camera and are unedited.

Gates to Inverleith Park

Reflection of Edinburgh Castle in the waterlogged field in Inverleith Park

Avenue of trees at Inverleith Park

A camera shy swan at Inverleith pond

A single crocus in the ground in Inverleith Park

The Raeburn House Hotel in the sun (and under construction)

All that remains of San Marco, the frontage. Soon to be a gastro pub.

Although shut on Sundays, George Bower is a Stockbridge institution!

The ‘GirCo’ pop-up shop at 35 Raeburn Place is now permanently staying open. This shot taken through the window.

The traders at Stockbridge Market setting up for the day

The original Stockbridge Market

Mr Purves, St Stephen Street

The beautiful dance school building, St Stephen Street

Edinburgh Academy

One of our favourite urban gardens in Edinburgh

Stunning blue skies over the glasshouses in the Botanics

A scarecrow soaking up the sun

Snowdrops in the Botanics

The whole photowalk took around 90 minutes, but you could do it much faster or linger in the sun longer.

I popped back out in the sun in the afternoon and captured this sunset from Granton Harbour. More days like this please Edinburgh!

Edinburgh sunset

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