One of the best ways to explore any city’s architecture is by walking through its streets and Edinburgh has such a diverse and interesting mix of architecture, you’ll forget your feet are beginning to hurt!
I’m definitely not an expert on architecture, but I know what pleases my eye and camera. The following are some photos from Old and New Town Edinburgh, which were made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996.
This cute little house is situated in Princes Street Gardens, which lies between the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh. A lovely place to take a stroll!
I encountered this colorful scene while walking downhill from our visit to Edinburgh Castle.
There is nothing particularly “special” about this shot, but the blue definitely pops and I find it visually appealing.
Row of buildings in Old Town Edinburgh as seen from the divide between the Old and New Towns.