Let’s take a short walk to one of the loveliest viewpoints in Edinburgh!
The Vennel is a short laneway, leading from the Grassmarket towards Heriot Place and Lauriston Place. Very popular among local Instagrammers, it has a spectacular view of the castle. All you need to do is to climb the stairs… and there it is, looking you straight in the eye! I love that place also because of its vintage vibes: surrounded by stone walls, old houses and beautiful tall lanterns, you can really feel like in a different era.
Continue reading ➞ Vintage vibes at the Vennel
Into the woods you have to grope, but that’s the way you learn to cope.
Into the woods to find there’s hope of getting through the journey.
Into The Woods musical
How about a wee walk into one of the most enchanting places I’ve discovered recently?
A long and winding path ahead of us, leading among tall twisted trees, in the company of a babbling brook and the fresh scent of wild garlic. Sounds like a pretty nice adventure, doesn’t it?
Continue reading ➞ Folk walk at The Hermitage of Braid
Museum as a dreamy shooting location? Everything is possible in Edinburgh!
When I visited the National Museum of Scotland for the first time, I immediately fell in love with it. Just imagine: enormous space, beautiful arcades and galleries, magnificent white architecture with some gold ornaments… And that gentle light, falling from the glazed roof.
Continue reading ➞ Vintage black & white in Museum of Scotland
There is a place in Ediburgh, where I’m going every time I want to feel like in a fairytale.
Hidden in a small city valley, which used to be a grain milling area over 800 years ago. Today, if you listen carefully, you can still hear the wind of history there, blowing between magnificent victorian court, gray brick buildings reminding of medieval times and colourful houses by the river.
Continue reading ➞ 70s’ vibes at Dean Village