My 5 favourite photos I’ve taken in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is my home city, and it also happens to be my favourite city (totally not biased). So I thought I would share some of my favourite photos I’ve taken around the city so you can see for yourself what a wonderful place it is. So, in no particular order here are my 5 favourite photos taken in Edinburgh.

1. St Mary’s Cathedral

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I know I said this list wasn’t in any particular order but I’ve decided to start with my favourite photo. Probably not a great idea because it doesn’t show off much of Edinburgh, but it does show that we have nice churches. The choir were quite a talented bunch too.

2. Princes Street Gardens

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I took this photo only a few weeks after I got my first camera (Nikon D3300) and I’m not sure how it turned out so good. I guess that shows you don’t need to know what you’re doing to take a decent picture. As you can see, it was taken on a rare day of Scottish sunshine.

3. The Meadows

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This picture highlights the more scenic side of Edinburgh. The Meadows are close to my flat and a great area to chill out in the summer with Beer and a BBQ. Or a nice place for a cycle, as this mother and son are kindly demonstrating.

4. The Scott Monument 

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The Scott Monument is one of Edinburgh’s most iconic tourist attractions. Located on Princes Street it towers over the surrounding buildings in spectacular fashion. Very photogenic.

5. The Bass Rock

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OK, I’m cheating slightly with this one. The Bass Rock technically isn’t located in Edinburgh, but it’s only a short train ride away in the seaside town of North Berwick. Hosting the worlds largest Gannet population, the Bass Rock looks great, but smells terrible.

And that concludes my list. I hope you enjoyed it.

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