This past August I had the unexpected pleasure of visiting Edinburgh. Although I was only stopping by for a few days, those few days were enough to add it to one my top favorite cities. At the risk of sounding cliché, I couldn’t help think how magical it all was. I was surprised how greatly I appreciated the gothic architecture, graying with age and crawling with history. I use surprised because I have a tendency for enjoying lighter colors or brights pops of hues, but the eclectic dark assortments of Edinburgh changed my mind, almost immediately. And the people consisted of university students, foreigners, and diversity of accents from errywhere. If ever you have the chance to visit, I HIGHLY recommend it.
thank you friend 🌹
-photographs by Ryan Hatton
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After 3 years of renovation, the National Gallery of Art East Buiding, finally opened. The opening weekend (November 5th-7th) was met with various celebrations that encouraged the public to interact, listen, draw, and learn. I highly recommend visiting the museum, even if you aren’t an art museum fanatic. I promise you, there is a bit of art and beauty for everyone.