"The station was first opened in 1846 and was rebuilt between 1892-1902. It lies between the old town and modern Edinburgh, adjacent to Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Princes Street Gardens. The station serves over 14 million people each year.
Various refurbishments have been undertaken over the years, but the past still survives in the station's elaborate, domed ceiling where wreathed cherubs leap amid a wealth of scrolled ironwork"
20 second long exposure taken on a wet autumn night in Glasgow.
The street lamps all have blue filters, which is why I decided to take this shot, to hopefully capture the blue reflection from the wet surface.
This is how the original imaged looked once developed. Photoshop has not been used to enhance the colour.
I'm fortunate enough to work in an office building which provides some nice views over Edinburgh. This was taken in October 2005, during a particularly spectacular sunset. This shot was taken the same evening: West End Sunset
"A great reward for the 'not-so-early' riser. Sunrise is around 7am in this part of the world at the moment. I only just caught the colour - it was gone within about 30 seconds of this shot being taken. Slightly cropped and sharpened, but no need to do anything with the colour it was perfect already."
"It's a while since i've visited this mysterious abandoned farm close to Rowbank Reservoir, one of the few ruins in the area that's not marked on my map. Autumn really kicking in now as you can see, compared to this shot i took here earlier in the year when it was a bit greener. Shot taken about an hour before sundown :-)"
And of course the quirky....