Some more cow parade pics from sunny Edinburgh, including the mini-cows.
If you don’t want to look like a total tourist wandering round town with an A-Z you can go check out the Cartographical Cow instead
The ‘Three Grazer’, which takes the mickey out of the incredibly over-priced and frankly second rate Three Graces statue the national Galleries (behind this statue) insisted on spending millions on a few years back. I prefer the cows.
Slightly blurred because I snapped it quickly from a moving bus, but this was the open-air stage for some summer Shakespeare in the West Princes St Gardens. I wish I had known about it earlier (and not been so broke) because I’d have loved to go and watch A Midsummer Night’s Dream on a midsummer’s eve, right in the shadow of the Castle as twilight fell. Kind of reminds me of he award-winning Sandman short story by Neil Gaiman which had Shakespear’e troupe performing Dream on a chalk hillside on the South Downs for the real Titania and Oberon.
Good kite-flying weather!
Time to head for the cooler breezes of the beaches at North Berwick
The Blair Beach Project…