Not the usual kind of fringe

Sadly, no Edinburgh Fringe in 2020.
The history and beauty shone, nonetheless.

Edinburgh skyline with colourful wooden fence providing a jagged fringe at the bottom

Edinburgh skyline with a brightly coloured wooden fringe, August 2020


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 22 July 2020

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

50 thoughts on “Not the usual kind of fringe

    1. My hunt for places to sit outside and distanced led me to a little bar on Princes Street, with this view behind it and a fence added to brighten the bar area.
      And I enjoyed your advice. Have a good weekend, Elke

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