The Scottish National Gallery is located on The Mound in the centre of Edinburgh. As you can see from the above night photograph this is a neoclassical building and was designed by William Henry Playfair. It was Continue reading “National Gallery of Scotland”
This skyline of Dean Village is taken from the Edinburgh Residence Hotel just before dawn on a winter’s morning. The tower on the left of the frame is from an old church which is now the home of Continue reading “Art Galleries and Dean Village, Edinburgh”
Taken on Princes Street in the early hours of a winter morning. I was looking east across the gardens towards The Scotsman Hotel (in the middle of the frame with the Union Jack flag on the top of the building). In the Continue reading “The Scotsman Hotel at Night, Edinburgh”
This wide angle photograph taken at dusk shows the main entrance to the Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh. Although it might have gone over budget and caused much controversy (as previously discussed) I find it an interesting building to photograph. If you look closely you can see a police officer / security guard in front of the sign, as he kept starring at me as I took photographs from across the street. I approached him before taking this shot just to double check I was fine taking a quick snap.
Some visitors my have seen my photographs from Antony Gormley’s Another Place and this statue is very recognisable from either my images or having visited Crosby Beach. This figure has been sunk into the pavement outside the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and from Continue reading “Sunken Statue at Gallery of Modern Art”