Edinburgh Festival Fringe Fancies 2010 Part V
As we enter September the Edinburgh Festival closes and the vast crowds ebb away from the streets so recently filled with superb entertainers. This film shows some late night scenes shot near the end of the festival. Throughout August the festival brings entertainers and crowds to the streets. It is a good time to wander around taking pictures. Edinburgh is lively from early morning to late at night when the festival is in full swing. It is quite surprising to walk in the quite evening enjoying the night colours of the city after the crowds have melted away. Somehow it seems that you see into the eyes of the city. It appears that you can see past the veil and look directly into both the history and possible future of the capital. The architecture stands out more when there is less hustle and bustle to distract you and less necessity to watch out for cars and performers. The August evenings in Edinburgh can frame for you the glittering smiling eyes that have been so well set in the face of this beautiful European capital city. There are little nods and bows in the forms and facets of the buildings to many western styles. This film shows the thoroughfare of the Royal Mile which is the cobble pupil at the centre of Scotland's capital eye and the buildings around the cobbles form the bright edge of the fascinating iris of Edinburgh.