It's Love Parks Week this week. I'd already planned today's trip to Inverleith Park with a nature writing class before I realised this but it was a nice tie in. We walked along the Water of Leith from Stockbridge Library to get to the park and then some people sat in the Sundial Garden with its formal beds of flowers and others went down to the pond. People wrote some beautiful pieces about the park area.
Before the class I had walked a different stretch of the Water of Leith to get to Stockbridge Library. The water crowfoot looks wonderful at the moment
The Anthony Gormley statue has been reinstated near the Stockbridge
this blogpost on the Water of Leith Website) but I didn't see a kingfisher here today.Though I was delighted to see two kingfishers the other day on the river near the Gallery of Modern Art.
Hello, I always enjoy seeing the kingfishers. Your park is lovely, beautiful photos.
Enjoy your day! Have a happy weekend.
I love a walk in a park.
Lovely post and photographs.
Enjoy the coming weekend.
All the best Jan
a toe in
I love the greens and from a distance the statue looks real (and I'm sure the kingfisher appreciates his perch)
A Gormley statue was erected on the summit of a mountain in Austria with the result that someone armed with a suitable cutting tool climbed to the peak and sliced through the 'offending' body part. I didn't know it was a special week for parks but I did walk through Turkenschanz Park earlier today
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