pictures, but no words

I don’t know how many words I have written this week, but I know I took over 200 photographs. There aren’t any poems, anecdotes or other ponderings in my notebook that I want to post, so I guess I’ll have to settle for pictures instead. Out of the 200, these three are my favourites:

Wooden pier, Firth of Forth, Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh

orange, yellow and white machinery & metal structures on Firth of Forth dockside

Edinburgh street at night

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6 thoughts on “pictures, but no words”

  1. The first one I like because of where it’s going – the other two because they look like they’re the cover of a Milton Bradley boardgame from the 80s.

    Mousetrap and Monopoly respectively.
    (Yeah, I know Monopoly is Waddington, but still)

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    1. I think it’s the colours I like in all of them. The second was not as successful as it should have been – the actual view included two green trees that framed the industrial skeletons and balanced the colour really well, but the pix I took with them in didn’t work out as well.
      The Monopoly box of my youth was simple red and white, but I can see what you mean about Mousetrap.

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