Pentland Hills Walk. #Edinburgh #Mono #Photo .@Edinburgh_CC www.henni.photo

Post by Paul and Lynn Henni

Another larger collection of walk related images for you taken in The Pentland Hills. A great location not far from the city and a favourite place to go for fresh air.

Overflowing. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Overflowing. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Overflowing 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Overflowing 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Linearity. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Linearity. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Behind The Tree. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Behind The Tree. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Distant Hailstorm 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Distant Hailstorm 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Stormwatcher. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Stormwatcher. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Distant Hailstorm 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Distant Hailstorm 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Rainy Hills. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Rainy Hills. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
In The Pentland Hills. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
In The Pentland Hills. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Fast Flowing 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Fast Flowing 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Fast Flowing 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Fast Flowing 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Frothy.Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Frothy.Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Water Textures. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Water Textures. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.

2 thoughts on “Pentland Hills Walk. #Edinburgh #Mono #Photo .@Edinburgh_CC www.henni.photo”

  1. As always, wonderfully evocative images. I particularly like those with the dark, foreboding skies…. I have a spot in my house that at some point I plan to fill with some of your prints, though hopefully my planned trip to Edinburgh this summer will enable me to pick those up directly. In the meantime, thank you for keeping folk like me connected to a place we love. Happy New Year to you both from chilly Canada. (I’m just off out now to shovel some snow… )

    1. Hi Wayne – Happy New Year to you too! No snow here, just lots of wind and rain, though, thankfully, Edinburgh hasn’t suffered as badly as poor souls elsewhere. We’d be very happy for you to fill your house with our prints and thanks for the fine words too. Let us know what and when, once you are ready. – Paul

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