This afternoon I went for a walk up Corstophine Hill, looking for a new view of Edinburgh which had been recommended to me some time ago.
It is always good to get a fresh perspective on life, I often walk up Arthurs Seat in Edinburgh to get some fresh air, fill the lungs and stretch the legs. It gives you chance to take stock, time to think about things and hopefully come back down more able to rationalise your problems and look at finding solutions in a fresh state of mind.
The walk up to this view from the Queensferry Road car park took around an hour and I passed the Corstophine Tower on route and also got a little lost! After asking a few friendly dog walkers the way I soon found what I was looking for, and what a stunning view of the Edinburgh.
I recommend taking a walk up the the Rest And Be Thankful spot yourself, it is marked on the map in the car park too. I can’t think of a better situated bench in the city!
This sketch was drawn with aink fineliner and waterclolour added with a waterbrush.
Up and out for an early walk along the cycle path this morning with the twins. We’re heading to Craigleith to meet up with Mummy for lunch.
What a glorious Sunday in the capital, the sun is shining down on us now. Anyone recognise this bridge we crossed along the way? It was a perfect spot for a break and the kids to have their snack.
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