Arthur’s Seat

I wrote in the North Berwick post recently about Arthur’s Seat, the hill that dominates the Edinburgh skyline, and about how you see it varies according to where you are. Here are some photographs of Arthur’s Seat from different angles and distances:


Arthur’s Seat, featuring the Scottish Parliament and Dynamic Earth, from Calton Hill


Arthur’s Seat, the Pentlands and Leith from Morrison’s Haven, near Prestonpans.


Arthur’s Seat and Eastfield, from Fisherrow Harbour, Musselburgh.


Arthur’s Seat, Inchkeith, Edinburgh and the Pentlands from Dysart, near Kirkcaldy.

Created with Nokia Smart Cam

Arthur’s Seat (top right), from Easter Road Stadium, Albion Road, Edinburgh.


Arthur’s Seat and Craigentinny Primary School, from Craigentinny Road, Edinburgh.


Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags from the Roof Terrace at the National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh

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