scotland to france

I hardly took any pictures in our busy 3 days in Scotland, but here’s the cupola at the train station in Edinburgh, taken as we ate breakfast before catching the London train:

During our handful of hours in London I apparently only took pictures of the ground. It amazes me what variety there was in just a few blocks. I took a couple more when we visited Perpignan, in the southern tip of France. I’m loving them all together in the mosaic.

And yes, those are my shoes. Oh how I love them.

7 Responses to “scotland to france”

  1. thenextstopwillbe Says:

    wow! i love’em!

    the circles and the shoes. 😉

  2. Barb Says:

    Me, too. But you know me, I want to see people!

  3. Ellen Says:

    You remind me over and over to notice the beauty of other peoples handiwork everywhere… Makes me verrry curious what other interesting bits you collected and haven’t even noticed yourself yet! Welcome home. xox

  4. jude Says:

    lovely mosaic. special circles. would make great rubbings.

  5. Julia Says:

    Ah! Waverley Station.I know it well.I often look up there and daydream while I’m waiting for my train.

  6. boodely Says:

    Rubbings would have been great, next time I’m taking my crayons.

  7. Tonya R Says:

    oh lovely. I’m finding a similar fascination with drains and old ironwork.

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