The Streets of Edinburgh

I do quite a lot of street shots as most of my photography is done on the way to and from work or when out doing other things anyway. It also suits my skills as I currently lack the patience to stop for ages and do the tripod thing properly…must do better…sometime.

Here are a few recent images chosen at random – what do you think? Your kind of thing or not so keen? Mono seems to work best unless there is something particularly colourful where the colour is a feature.

In one of them I’ve captured the Eastern Exhibition and Display Crew doing some work – see their website for more details if you’re looking for big feck-off displays of stuff.

Esplanade Construction.
Esplanade Construction.
Sandwiches.
Sandwiches.
Sitting.
Sitting.
Into The Valley.
Into The Valley.
Geddes Bookbinders.
Geddes Bookbinders.
Tourism Is Tiring.
Tourism Is Tiring.
"Looking Up." The Eastern Exhibition and Display crew on the job, being checked out by a passer by.
“Looking Up.” The Eastern Exhibition and Display crew on the job, being checked out by a passer by.
On A Break.
On A Break.
Walking and Smoking.
Walking and Smoking.
Cycling On The Pavement.
Cycling On The Pavement.
Staircase Mystery (Cropped Version).
Staircase Mystery (Cropped Version).
Little and Large, but Funnier.
Little and Large, but Funnier.
The Middle Pavement.
The Middle Pavement.
In The Canyons Of Your Mind.
In The Canyons Of Your Mind.

Author: knicksen

henni.photo brings together Lynn Henni who has studied photography and film-making and Paul Henni who has a background as a freelance designer and sculptor. Their interest in urban imagery combined with a lifetime of living in and exploring their home city of Edinburgh brings a unique perspective to this beautiful and multi-faceted place. Sometimes gritty, often unexpected, their images present an insider’s perspective on the city.

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