The moon, finally

 

Sometimes I get a freak lovely shot like the one above, in the new Quartermile area of the city, and take a notion that I might have some skill at this. But really, it’s hard to take a bad photo in Edinburgh. There are all these vistas that open up quite unexpectedly, in between glassy office buildings and the renovated shell of an old hospital. Just waiting for me, and the moon above it all, revealing itself at last.

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4 responses to “The moon, finally

  1. It’s like a lovely little poem:

    it’s hard to take a bad photo in Edinburgh. There are all these vistas that open up quite unexpectedly, in between glassy office buildings and the renovated shell of an old hospital. Just waiting for me, and the moon above it all, revealing itself at last.

  2. Visual rhyme of the lights, contrast of old and new, and delight in your moonlit city. You have skill to kill and then some.

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