If you ever find yourself in Edinburgh, go visit the Royal Botanic Garden @rbgedinburgh
, it is one of the most relaxing and beautiful places in the city. I’ve seen it in all types of weather and temperatures, always well worth a visit.
This is my favourite bench in the Garden. I won’t tell you where it is, either find it yourself or find your own favourite.
My bench is a great spot to sit, look up into the tree above you, listen to the wind and think about all the great things in your life, miss all the lovely people no longer in your life and make plans for the future.
#scotland #edinburgh #royalbotanicgarden #garden #nature #relaxing #memories #plans #goodlife
Tag the person you want to go on a Highland break with👇⠀
1 or 2 Night Stay with Breakfast, Chocolates, Prosecco + Option of Dinner for 2 at Loch Leven Hotel, near Glencoe; from £69 instead of £123.50 #5pmBigDeal
About us | my journey into flowers was not planned as such...Learn more on the about page of our website www.workshopflorals.com
This is the guitar we use for our music sessions at the Sick Kids Hospital🎸. ⠀
It began its new life here with a fresh coat of white paint.⠀
At the end of each session, I ask the young people if they want to draw something on the guitar, and now it is this colourful wonderful piece of art that has been made by so many children who have visited the hospital and taken part in the session in some way😄.⠀
The artwork on the guitar also tell a story of the songwriting sessions we've had, and songs we have sung. There is everything here from ferocious beasts to unicorn poo😂! ⠀
-Hailey B. #sickkids #hospital #musicworkshop #tinderbox #edinburgh #guitar #acousticguitar
As the latest series of Buck and Birch dining events draws to a close we are stoked to say that November seats are completely sold out, six weeks in advance. Unbelievable.
If anyone wants to hear about what we do and how we do it as well as tasting some Aelder Elixir, keep an eye for masterclass sessions happening soon.
The Dugald Stewart Monument. Sitting on Calton Hill the monument overlooks the city of Edinburgh. Built in 1831, the monument is a memorial to Scottish philosopher, Dugald Stewart. The monument is a great foreground for cityscape photographs, especially if framed from the Observatory. It allows you to perfectly frame your shots, factoring the ‘rule of thirds’ and to experiment with depth of field.
She came, she saw, she left with a lil’ leafy love (I like her style)🌿🍃