Photos of The Meadows in Edinburgh Scotland

Photographs are a great way to get a feel for a country. Photographs help you to visualize what you will be likely to see and enjoy whilst on your travels and they also help you to mentally prepare yourself for what you might experience.

They can serve to familiarize you with certain places and even help you to meet people you have never seen face to face! They can serve as a fantastic ‘window’ to other worlds and will help you to acquire a taste for countries which you have never even stepped foot in.

These images are taken from EDINBURGH VIEWS a photographic tour of Edinburgh. The idea is that the images are views you can see from the location specified. The images are all taken by EDINBURGH VIEWS on a budget digital camera.

Please take the time to enjoy some of the amazing landscapes in Edinburgh.

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All Photos were given to Scotland.com with compliments from Edinburgh Views.co.uk

 





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