Anyone else secretly love a spot of gothic mood, rainy streets and a warm coffee shop to view folk passing by? This shot of Castlehill in Edinburgh perfectly sums up the weather in Britain over the past 24 hours! 🌧 Love this by @wojtek.mika
Blimey, yesterday I was even wearing my thick winter jumper! It was one of those days where the rain just didn’t stop. Steady, not too hard rain, gently soaking you like the tongue on a friendly dog. A prewash before Autumn falls.
The very gothic looking Castehill was first recorded in text around 1484 and is thought to be one of the oldest parts of Edinburgh Old Town. Pretty sure this is where the Death Eaters live. This steep and narrow road forms the summit of Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile, where, at its end, opens into the esplanade before the Edinburgh castle.
The route of the Royal Mile follows the ridge of volcanic rock which once flowed from the nearby volcano, and was shaped by a glacier which moved across the area during the last ice age, approximately 10,000 years ago. Around the last time we had a sunny day 🤓
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The impressive Colomares Castle 🏰
It looks beautiful from any angle 😍
Courtesy of @marbelleza 24
📍Colomares Castle, Spain 🇪🇸
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