We walked along the Leith stretch of the Water of Leith today. I wanted to check out some details before taking a group along this part of the river on Wednesday. We started at the Shore
and walked through Leith to Bonnington. Much of this stretch of the river is very urban
Hello, pretty views of the river. The swan is beautiful. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!
Same here. You can feel autumn's arriving. But I'm going to wait for a wee bit before I venture out on my bike to enjoy London's autumn.
Greetings from London.
Wonderful photos, autumn is arriving slowly but sure.
Much less autumnal with you than me here, been very grey today. But I've enjoyed being out nonetheless
Such a beautiful river and swan and must be a lovely place to take a walk.
The photos remind me of our New England mill towns. Thankfully, most of the old brick buildings have not been taken down.
I'll have to say that the United States is way behind in creating walkable urban spaces.
Such importance, undamaged waterways, the histories and our valued nature. Great and thoughtful photos of your walk, Juliet.
__ Kathy and I visited Vermont's grand, Autumn painted mountains this week, such sights and feelings. We returned to Mass and Plymouth, through NY and that historic Fort Ticonderoga. In spoken Iroquois, Ticonderoga means a place between the waters.
this place between the waters
It is a wonderful place to walk - even if urban!
walking along the flowing river is so poetic to me .such walks bring in some soothing and enchanting affects in mind and soul
Such pretty views along the river ...
All the best Jan
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