Photographer's Note

The word "Vennel" deriving from the old French word venelle meaning "alley" or "lane" or as found in many Edinburgh places as a "Close"(from Wikipedia).

The Venel, an ancient stairs-case rises from Grassmarket , a valley at the foot from the Edinburgh Castle, partially shown on this picture. At the Vennel's top found the 1593 built remnants of the Flodden-wall which I will post a photo of in the future.

Location 55.9462, -3.1969 on the map.

RAW converted into JPEG, F10.0, exp.1/80, ISO160.


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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 14115 W: 647 N: 27105] (114435)
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