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Holyrood by Lynne Morris

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Hoyrood, Edinburgh – looking towards the back of the Abbey Sanctuary on the left – not sure what the white building is but I am sure our good friend Tom Gomez will enlighten us! Beyond the buildings you can see Salisbury Crags.

I pass this way every day on way back and forth from work and decided I had to stop and photography it instead of admiring it from the car, it is such a beautiful sight in the spring. Hope this is a taster for the RB meeting on the 8th May :) Taken with canon 50d and sigma 24 – 70 lens.

The Abbey Sanctuary is a Historic Scotland listed building.


scotland, edinburgh, buildings, holyrood, old town, aorbarchitecture, aorbmisc, aorbbuildings

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  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 4 years ago

    lovely shot

  • photogaryphy
    photogaryphyover 4 years ago

    Your right Lynne – it has made a wonderful shot especially with those flowers in front of it. Great capture.

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Lovely capture Lynne!

  • MarianaEwa
    MarianaEwaover 4 years ago

    Wonderful shot Lynne.

  • Mike Oxley
    Mike Oxleyover 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture, Lynne! Did the mandatory school tour, back in the time!

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 4 years ago


  • jell
    jellover 4 years ago

    stunning good use of light

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 4 years ago

    This is wonderful Lynne, beautiful capture, well composed.
    I believe the Building is called the Western (or West) Building on the Abbey Strand. I can’t find a lot of information about it, but it is older than it looks (early 16th century). Have a look here. Scroll the pictures at the top of the page (click the arrow at the right). You will see old photographs of the building. Click on each photograph to see the larger view. I think the former Abbey Tavern would have been in part of this building. Also have a look here. Scroll down to Building No 18.

  • Thanks Tom, I knew you would be able to fill us in on the details about this building, I would never have guessed it was so old.

    – Lynne Morris

  • John44
    John44over 4 years ago

    Nice colors and composition

  • Ann J. Sagel
    Ann J. Sagelover 4 years ago

    Really lovely Lynne

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