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https://www.blackplanet.com/marchdouble4/message/21913964A curved and cobbled road, Victoria Street is quite possibly the best wanting road in Edinburgh. With colourful facades it’s also known as Diagon Alley and apparently the place J.K Rowling took her inspiration, it’s worth a stroll to capture the road scenes here. The Royal Mile itself additionally presents oodles of photography alternatives with buildings dating again to the early 1800’s that lead towards the fort. Possibly the most popular place in Edinburgh to photograph sunset, Calton Hill overlooks the city and undoubtedly delivers with spectacular views.So yesterday, when my good friend Kash invited me to stroll across the Water of Leith, considered one of his favourite places in Edinburgh, I didn’t bring an umbrella.Not busy aside from the occasional dog walker and protected as no bikes in contrast to different areas of Edinburgh. Walked throughout Roseburn and the water of Leith to the Galaxy of Modern Art. And a plaque with a lovely, if fairly obvious, message — The Liberal Deviseth Liberal Things. The Water of Leith is a pathway that runs along a canal. It’s a beautiful respite from urban Edinburgh, and we noticed few others (although to be fair, the downpour probably put most people off!).From right here you possibly can watch a sunny glow seem behind the Edinburgh Castle, capture long publicity shots of Princes Street from The Nelson Monument and watch as the town switches on its lights for the night. I may have even stated on quite a few events during our time there that I could most definitely live there. It’s a kind of cities that as a photographer would keep you busy for years with so many subjects to capture and scenes to compose not to mention the ever changing climate and lightweight. At St Bernard's Well, don’t miss the spot simply earlier than the properly and take an unmarked left all the way down to the water's edge.We proceeded further past Dene bridge and passageway emerging at Stockbridge. We wandered around its little bylanes and eventually ate a smashing dinner at Nok’s Kitchen, a fitting finish to a wonderful night. This is a refreshing change of scene, and a dose of rural allure within the coronary heart of Edinburgh ! Starting out on the charming Dean Village we strolled leisurely along a mile-long pathway which might be probably the most scenic stretch to expertise, with limited time.Designed in the style of a seventeenth century backyard it’s elegant shrubs are preened, fairly and blooming. You don’t even realise you’re in a metropolis once you step off the Royal Mile and into this hidden house. Around the backyard are wooden benches the place you can sit and soak up the serenity or you will get busy like me and photograph their hedges and neat lines.