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so much to see
by tom gomez
- Artist Notes
- The view from North Bridge in the centre of Edinburgh, Scotland.
The large building with the green copper dome is the 300 year old former Bank of Scotland headquarters, now headquarters of the merged HBOS.
Behind it can be seen The Hub, at the top of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Its gothic spire – the highest point in central Edinburgh – towers over the surrounding buildings, including the adjacent castle. In the centre of the shot are the stately towers of New College on The Mound and the cream buildings with red roofs to the right of that are called Ramsay Garden. At bottom right is the National Gallery of Scotland. Finally, in the background, from the centre all the way to the right edge is the imposing bulk of Edinburgh Castle.
More about tom gomez
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- lothian, scotland, uk
- Artist Biography
I am an East coast photographer, based in South Queensferry, Scotland, about 10 miles from Edinburgh (the capital city of Scotland).
My varied photographic collection comes from many parts of the world and are mostly landscapes, seascapes, streetscapes, castles, churches, other buildings and bri ...
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