This is where my memory will really be tested, but I’ll always remember the character of Edinburgh’s streets – even if I can’t pin a name to every one of them. The photographs below are just a few examples.
I think that I took this photo where West Bow leads to Victoria Street. Wherever it was, I loved the multi-coloured building fronts.
In this next shot, it’s possible that the street from where I’m looking back has become Victoria Street.
Now, was the above shot in Lawnmarket or JohnstonTerrace? I think that it was Lawnmarket.
I certainly can’t remember the name of this garden. I didn’t know it even at the time but felt that it may have belonged to an embassy or consulate.
I know where I was here – In Princes Street – and you can just see the National Monument on Calton Hill peeping up in the background.