When I get out and about, my first preference is to get to the hills. Unfortunately, family circumstances mean that I can’t get there nearly as often as I’d like so I spend more time daunering in the lowlands rather than the highlands.
So, city walking is not my first preference but it has its own charms. Sometimes this walking is directed (e.g. the seven hills of Edinburgh) but more often than not, I like to wander aimlessly in the city, following unfamiliar streets and paths just to see where I end up. The nice thing about aimless wandering is that you come across corners and places that visitors and, often, most locals miss.
Todays dauner was in Edinburgh which, of course, is a beautiful city with world-renowned views. But I’ve taken lots of photos of these views so I was really looking for snapshots - angles and perspectives that present a slightly different view of the city.