Well, I went into my archives (the real ones, with albums full of prints) and dug out some photos that I took on the only occasion I have ever travelled to Edinburgh, and to my big surprise I found out that it is soon going to be 5 years ago :shock: --- frightening to see how fast the time goes that I was there. Five years ago I did not have a digital camera of any sorts, so all of these were taken with my EOS 500N, on some very normal Fuji 200 film (the cheapest I could get, I would assume), and I scanned the PRINTS on my flatbed scanner. 1. Wide-angle view over the Princes Street Gardens, Princes Street (look for buses), the railroad leading into Waverley Station, The National Galleries of Scotland, the Scott Monument and Balmoral Hotel with Balmoral Clock Tower, behind which there is Calton Hill and then the Firth of Forth in the very far background: Right below me is the Cemetery of Soldier's Dogs, by the way: 2. Well, more overviews from the Castle Ramparts 3. The railroad dividing the Princess Street Gardens in two halves, and where they enter Waverley Station underground just before the National Galleries of Scotland: 4. View towards Calton Hill across the Princess Street Gardens, taking in the Scott Monument and the Balmoral Hotel with the Balmoral Clock Tower, and behind that there's Calton Hill: 5. Zoomed in on Calton Hill and the sea behind it - and you can also make out Old Calton Burying Ground (look for obelisk): 6. Princes Street from above (zoomed in - view from the Caslte): 7. And a view over the Old Town with the spire (would this be called "spire"?) of St Giles and yet another church whose name I no longer know (or never knew, possibly ) 8. Close-up onto the spire (?) of St Giles: I scanned all in all 27 of my old Edinburgh photos. If you are interested, just holler!