I love this view through a walkway tunnel towards Newhaven Harbour and in the far distance the iron gas works structure in Granton.
I was down by the harbour the other night for a walk around and noticed this view of the silhouetted queue for The Fishmarket chippy just around the corner.
I admit I didn’t wait in line this time but the aromas coming from the restaurant were very tempting. I will return soon for some chips on the shore 🙂
The Fishmarket restaurant and take away
My favourite cafe in Edinburgh and coincidentally one of the first locations to show my work!
This week I popped in to The Haven Cafe which is situated opposite the Chancelot Mill at 9 Anchorfield,
Edinburgh to restock my wall of sketches and grab a gluten free bacon buttie and mug of tea.
The Haven serves the best breakfast in Edinburgh and their relaxed atmosphere, vintage decor and superb home style baking makes this Newhaven landmark a favourite pit stop of mine.
Since 2011 the Havenettes have been serving fine food to the people of Edinburgh and almost as long had a gallery of Edinburgh Sketcher prints for sale on their wall.
Pop in for a bite to eat and check out my seaside inspired wall of sketches, all framed and available to buy off the wall.
Sketch made on location in fineliner and watercolour.
The Haven Cafe online.
I’m lucky enough to live close to Newhaven Harbour and love listening to the tinkling boat masts and seagulls circling above.
I drive past the lighthouse (built 1869) often and yesterday did so with thankfully some time to sketch. I could sit for hours listening to the rocking boats in the small harbour, looking out through the narrow ‘gateway’ to Fife, I find it very relaxing. Add in come watercolurs and a blank canvas and I’m in heaven!
I painted this sketch with black ink and watercolour whilst sitting on the large stone steps between the harbour and road.
The original sketch is now sold but you can order a high quality mounted print from my online shop HERE.