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Thursday, February 16, 2006

A cold wind from the Forth and clear blue sky - a perfect day on the shore. In the distance you can see the ships you may recognise from other photos and on the left the Leith Lighthouse right at the point ships came in with their whale oil and wine. And more on that lethal instrument in the foreground tomorrow.

3 Comments:

At 12:26 PM, Blogger martin lindner said...

great, will come back to check. don't know if you had read my comment yesterday on your deleted blog: but i really found your brilliant identity 2.0 blog post via the flickr-tag "edinburgh" ...

 
At 12:53 PM, Blogger Ewan McIntosh said...

I did get your comment - it gave me the strength to keep going through Google cache to get the old pages back. Got there in the end.

Thanks for the support.

 
At 5:05 AM, Blogger martin lindner said...

i did get if from the cache immediately and printed it out. will quote it in a paper i'll send in for ALT+C by the way. (you sound remarkably calm considering this kind of catastrophy. i don't know how i would get over it ...)

 

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