Following the Falling Water

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Images taken from a short walk on the Water of Leith, between the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Stockbridge on 27th June 2015.

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11 Responses to Following the Falling Water

  1. hamertheframer says:

    A very elegant walk. Did you stack the stones?

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  3. dobraszczyk says:

    Splendid to see wood eating metal!

  4. Excellent. That was one of my favourite Edinburgh walks.

  5. Jeff says:

    I think I’ve done that walk in 2 parts on 2 separate occasions. Isn’t there a small rotunda along the way?

  6. Almost a shame the mystery of the stacked stones was solved!

  7. Lovely post. I remember doing this walk many years ago. No balanced stones then, nor a heron as I recall. I love the metal eating tree.

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