Through a glass darkly

The daily round

Arthur’s Seat is the volcanic plug which we can see from our house on the south side of Edinburgh. I walk round it most days during this time of COVID-19 lock-down. These photos were taken on Saturday, March 28th 

  1. Arthur’s Seat from our garden

2.  Dalkeith Road – no traffic on Saturday morning

3.  The entrance to Holyrood Park

4.  Swans keeping their heads down at St Margaret’s Loch

5.  Dunsapie Loch looking south

6.  Dunsapie Loch looking north-east

7.  The jetty, Duddingston Nature Reserve

8.  The city of Edinburgh looking north-west

The daily round, the common task,

will furnish all we need to ask …

with apologies to John Keble

Published by europhilevicar

I am a retired vicar living on the south side of Edinburgh. I am a historian manqué, I worked in educational publishing for 20 years, and after ordination worked in churches in the Scottish Borders and then in Lyon in the Rhône-Alpes. I have a lovely and long-suffering wife, two children, and four delightful grand-children

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