Another page of looking upwards.
Alister chose Irene's Holyrood Abbey. He liked the way the architecture was framed by the trees which were silhouetted against the blue sky.
Irene's own favourite was the Victorian Fountain, the framing with trees and colours. It felt like a postcard.
This picture from Joe was a Homage to Frederick Evans - 'A Sea of Steps'. It was his own personal favourite.
Gillian liked this one, thinking you needed to crane your neck to look up into the trees.
Sonia liked this one, which was also Les's favourite of his own. She commented on the simple picture with two colours and beautifully lit.
But Sonia also liked Les's cat because of the light on the cat's face and the glint from its collar.
Marjorie chose her picture of the Camera Obscura building, with the contrast of colours with the white. Sonia also liked this one.
Sonia also liked this building with the attractive sky as a background
Martin felt that the perspective here gave a sense of looking up
Carina chose Martin's shot through the roof of Waverley Station. She liked the hard struts with the soft sky behind. Martin also liked this one.