Photographer's Note

Surprisingly, snow has been falling down to sea level in Dunbar since yesterday (as I will show in workshop), but my best snow pictures were taken in Edinburgh in the uncharacteristically cold winter of 1962/63 when snow started falling on 26 December and did not clear until April. This view is from the top of Blackford Hill looking west over the Braid Hills towards Craiglockhart. The mast held aerials for police and emergency services communications. Nowadays there are many more aerials of various kinds on a more substantial structure which you can see in a Bird's Eye view here, I hope.
The multi-storey housing blocks visible against the fog in the valley were demolished this year.

I take this opportunity to wish all my wonderful TE friends a very happy festive season whatever you celebrate at this time of the year. May the message of love sustain you all.

Docarmo, Glint has marked this note useful

Photo Information
Viewed: 2035
Points: 22
Additional Photos by Winifred Sillitto (windosil) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 331 W: 74 N: 270] (1158)
View More Pictures