For this week’s Thursday doors I’m focusing on my recent day trip to Edinburgh. I’ve been in Glasgow for a few days with my hubby and some friends so I popped over to Edinburgh to see my mum and dad. We went for a Chinese dim sum lunch and then mum and I took the bus to Hollyrood Palace. Here’s a photo of the crags of Arthur’s Seat.
Now for the doors. The Queen’s Gallery – an art gallery at Holyrood Palace complex.
And here it is with a bit of a magic wand makeover… From Prisma.. Using the Gothic touch.
This gateway… leads to the tea room where we had a very royal Cappucino.
Hope you liked my Thursday doors post. If you share your posts on Twitter and Instagram remember to use the #ThursdayDoors hastag. If you’d like to join in Norm’s Thursday doors here’s the link to his blog to do so: Norm’s Thursday Doors
Bye for now,
Fabulous post, love them all, especially the cuppucino .!!
Thank you! The Cappuccino was lovely!
What a fun and creative series!
Thank you Cindy. I enjoy taking part in Thursday doors. 🙂
Never been there Marje. Love your rendition.
Did you cross the threshold?
I was on a bit of a flying visit (only had one day!) so I spent most of it chatting to mum and dad (eating and having coffee!). Next time I hope to cross the threshold…
I love the arches and we’re big fans of dim sum!
Thank you! Me too love dim sum. 🙂
I did indeed like your post x
Great story and images mare but where is the haiku?
Good point Denis! Sadly my haiku are taking a bit of a back seat at the moment as I’ve been so busy getting my manuscript ready for publication. Hope to be back to haiku before too long! I do miss it. 🙂
I meant Marje, keyboard insubordination.
That’s okay Denis. I can be a bit of a mare at times! Our keyboards really do come up with some funny name calling!! 🙂
Marje, a grand ornate entrance and loved your transformation! Haven’t seen that one before! Have a special long weekend! 😀
Thanks Annika. Hope you have a lovely weekend too. 🙂
Great shots. I love Edinburgh, my daughter lives there. I’m definitely due another trip over.
Me too! Hope you get to visit your daughter soon. 🙂
Beautiful shots Marje. I’ve been to Glascow and there sure are some beautiful sights. 🙂
Yes Glasgow and Edinburgh are my two favourite Scottish cities. Thanks for commenting Debby. 🙂
Nice one 🙂
Thanks Norm. 🙂
I was in Edinburgh in June …. It brought back so many happy mr pried and reminded me why it has always been a favourite city. I loved this post 💖
Thank you! Yes I love visiting Edinburgh too. It’s the best. 🙂
Impressive pictures…liked the cuppa… 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Now that was quite some cappuccino! 🙂
Yes it certainly was. 🙂
That looks so good