I love visiting the art gallery on Belford Road in Edinburgh, and this tanka is dedicated to this sculpture I saw there in the gardens.
An enchanting face,
Sculpture that sees, smiles and lives,
Art’s favourite place,
Closed nostrils don’t breathe the grass,
Air spells curiosity.
I used hypnotise for enchant, and sculpture for shape.
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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.
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Bye for now,