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Monday, February 27, 2006


Having momentarily misplaced my digital camera I am having to do as most digital photographers do these days: use the mobile phone. Here, you can see the side of the Scottish Parliament building from the Royal Mile. The rocks in the side come from every area of Scotland, thus a little part of Scotland will always be present at the home of our democracy.

3 Comments:

At 8:04 AM, Blogger Cynthia! said...

well it happens... i had to take my olddddddddddddddddd camera (with actural film in it) thelast time that i misplaced my digi cam!!(scanning the pictures afterwards is just the worst!!) :)

 
At 8:23 AM, Blogger Rob said...

Hi Ewan

I've seen it from Salisbury Crags on a sunny winter's day. Any rocks from St Kilda?

 
At 9:53 AM, Blogger Ewan McIntosh said...

I'll have to get off the bus and have a look the next time. When were you in St Kilda? Do you live there?

 

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