A month has gone by. It feels like day and a year. My conception of time is totally off the hook since I arrived. There are so many impressions. There is so much to be experienced. So the days have flown by. But all the individual moments, all the many, make that I feel to have been here for so long.
The hills, the city, the nature, the victorian buildings.
The excitement of the referendum and the relieved and disappointed faces the day after.
The missing of the people I love and the gaining of new friends that are already dear.
The Greeks words that I had forgotten and have now regained.
People from all over the world with their beautiful stories and cultures.
The idea to walk in the city where J.K. Rowling let her imagination flow.
To live in a city of the enlightenment, of so many wise men and women.
The three weeks of sun in the land of rain.
Here is an impression in photography of a couple of moments I have captured.
// Sarah’s birthday // the view of Edinburgh from Aberdour // found rabbit jaw // seeking seals // exploring Aberdour // scones as breakfast from Press Coffee // wallpainting in Leith // one of the many stairs in the old city // the castle of Edinburgh //