The River North Esk runs through Roslin Glen. The photo above shows the weir on the river that was used to provide power to the old gunpowder mill that used to operate on the banks of the river. In the background is one of the several pedestrian bridges over the river. Below is a photo of another of them. It was at this bridge that Crafty Green Boyfriend saw a kingfisher, though I didn't, I was probably watching a butterfly at the time, as there were a lot of orange tip butterflies around.
Away from the river, by Rosslyn Chapel, there is this wonderful bridge, surrounded by trees. The first photo is taken from the bridge and the second from below!
for Sunday Bridges
You can read more about our trip to Roslin Glen in yesterday's blog post here.