And that’s why I want an ever distant Q2 Mono.
Grain I can make, but the ability to eat that cake and also eat it is such a tease.
I lived in Glasgow for what, about twenty-seven years, on and off, and the not too distant and beautiful Loch Lomond I saw as beautiful three times: twice in sunlight and once in fog. The norm is what you caught in your mountain pics. Who knows – I may be back in the region again some time I know not when.
Tim, your shot with the hotel reversing off the mirror put me in mind of this small documentary on Albert Watson doing similar work. Be patient, you’ll get there shortly, to the relevant bits of the video, if not the hotel:
As a Scottish Canadian who spent approximately the first 30 years of my life in Edinburgh, I really liked these two posts. Really good insights to the place and time (and weather), and the avoidance of the typical tourist shots. Great!
Do you ever miss Edinburgh, Peter?
Not a trick question, just curious because you left old enough to have a pretty good idea of what was being left behind when you rolled the dice.
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