Taken whilst on the fantastic bubble meet, organised by the good lady Lynne Morris
and the good gentleman Tom Gomez where we had an absolute ball. See Lynne’s Journal here and Tom’s Journal here where you will find further information on who was there and what happened…
Dean Village lies beneath Thomas Telford’s famous Dean Bridge and is a fascinating blend of old and new architecture. The area has a bit of a storybook feel to it with its quirky old buildings overlooking the Water of Leith and its bridges and winding pathways. Walk along the Water of Leith towards nearby Stockbridge and you’ll come across St Bernard’s Well with its faux temple. Or, if you head in the other direction, you¿re just a short walk from the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Dean Gallery.
Information sourced from “Edinburgh Villages”.
Sony 18-55mm lens.
Edited using Gimp 2.6 free download.