The pedestrian walkway in West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Princes Street Gardens at the heart of Edinburgh’s City Centre were once a lake called Nor’ Loch. The Loch, which had been the trash dump of Edinburgh for centuries was drained in order to improve access from the New Town to the Old Town. Later, the Nor’ Loch was transformed into the beautiful Princes Street Gardens we see today.
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Related shots can be found at: Lowland Scotland.