Friday, 24 July 2009

Exhibition - Three Scottish Photographers

I went to a lovely little photography exhibition today in the beautiful 17th Century Gladstone Gallery in Gladstone Land, a National Trust for Scotland property in Edinburgh's Royal Mile. The exhibition featured the townscapes, landscapes and wildlife photography of Ed Fielding, Paul Johnston and Hamish King. The highlight for me were Ed Fielding's stunning photos of arctic terns in flight.

The exhibition is free and lasts until 26 July so if you're in Edinburgh and need somewhere dry to spend part of your weekend, why not go along.....

7 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Good exhibitions can be so inspiring, can't they? I love your new header, by the way.
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Pamela Terry and Edward said...

How I wish I could be there in person, but I am enjoying the links to their wonderful sites that you have provided!!

nadia said...

i'm off to follow up those links right now!

Red Bird said...

Loved the links, Juliet- thanks! Glad you got to attend the exhibition!
:)

Michelle Johnson said...

Glad you were able to see the exhibition. Also, I've got an award for you at my place. Have a great weekend.

Delwyn said...

Thanks for the links Juliet - I enjoyed them

Happy days

Ascender Rises Above said...

awww wishing i could see that! your wild garden above: gorgeous!