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14 August 2006

Edinburgh

"Maybe it's the constant fog in Scotland that gives it the mystical feel it has. The fog makes it beautiful, but it can also get to you after a while. For some reason though, I feel like if magic were to exist, it would be here"
-Rozlyn Burns

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someone was passionate enough about the city to celebrate it this year, but not passionate enough to learn to spell it correctly

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on the way up to Arthur's seat, a rocky hillside climb on the east end of the city

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the city shows its age from above

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secret garden

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this is not photoshopped

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edinburgh castle looming over princes street gardens

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the scot monument

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procession from holyrood palace following the queen's welcome

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cathedral spires in the fog

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our accomodation

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haunted and haunting edinburgh

3 comments:

Gillian Edworthy said...

beautiful pictures dallas!

those roses... stunning,

i look forward to seeing more!

miss yah
cheers

Burns said...

im flattered that you quoted me =0)
Im also very surprized that you managed to untaggle that conversation we had yesterday haha

I love having you back! And i cant wait to spend quality some time with the Curow's. See you soon!

Al said...

I'm from Edinburgh and it's nice to see that people are enjoying my home country. And you've done it some justice with those photos. For proof that it isn't always misty in Scotland, have a look: http://jamalrob.blogspot.com/2006/09/sunshine-on-leith-and-hill-of-veil.html.