UK SCOTLAND Edinburgh -- 19 Sep 2010 -- A statue of Adam Smith - the famous c18th economist who pioneered some of the basic principals of modern free market capitalism in his famous book The Wealth of Nations. The statue has a traffic cone on it placed by passing drinkers some nights before - a common sight on statues in Scotland -- Picture by Jonathan Mitchell | Lightroom Photos
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Looking eastwards down the Royal Mile from the top of the Camera Obscura, just below the Castle, towards Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Assembly. The crowned tower of St Giles Cathedral (The High Kirk of Edinburgh) rises up in the foreground, whilst, away on the horizon, along the shoreline of the Firth of Forth, the geological outlier that is Berwick Law looms like a volcanic cone.
lying on the closed street is a common way of attracting attention and handing out leaflets for a show at the Fringe. The Fringe participant with arms and legs outstretched, meets the shoes and legs of the passers by
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Advertising a free show at the Edinburgh fringe by drawing a face and time and venue on the pavement of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. The lower legs and feet of onlookers indicates people watching as the lady puts the finishing touches to the chalk painted face.
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The movement and shapes of clouds invite the viewer to name them. Beneath the skyscape, the Old Town of Edinburgh, showing the Ramsay Gardens with the spire of a former church and, left of centre, the Assembly Halls of the Church of Scotland and down the Royal Mile
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View of Edinburgh from Calton Hill. The skyline is dominated by the spire of St Giles on the left, the the obelisk commemorating the Friends of the People rising upwards from the cemetry, then the spire of the Hub, a former church, and the Castle on the right.
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UK SCOTLAND Edinburgh -- 10 Sep 2010 -- Western facade of St Giles Cathederal on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. This historical church is one of the most important for the Presbytarians of the Church of Scotland also known as the High Kirk -- Picture by Jonathan Mitchell | Lightroom Photos | ScotFoto.co.uk
UK SCOTLAND Edinburgh -- 18 Sep 2010 -- A group of tourists wait to begin a "Ghost Tour" on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh Scotland UK. Edinburgh is infamous for it's ghosts and macabre past -- Picture by Jonathan Mitchell | Lightroom Photos