Our topic this month was Buildings or Architectural Detail. There was also an outing to Musselburgh in August and the pictures from that were also looked at this month. Here are Buildings pictures from the Wednesday Group.
Les chose this from Anne's Building pictures, with the lines converging into the distance and the shine from the wet pavement.
Anne liked her flowery house with its cobbled street, saying it was pretty and detailed.
Mary chose Bob's picture of an Edinburgh Close as an interesting image, with all the doorways stacked above each other.
Bob himself liked the way the archway frames a part of St Giles here, and the people illustrate that this is a tourist hot spot.
Bob liked this image from new member Brian because it raised curiosity. Who is this George Meikle Kemp to whom this neglected memorial was built? In fact he was a self-taught Scottish architect who designed and built the Scott Monument in Edinburgh. Bob liked the image being in black and white to emphasise the dilapidated state of the memorial.
Brian himself chose this picture taken in Galashiels. He thought it was an interesting idea to use this empty space to display a photograph.
Both Carina and Fiona liked Carina's picture of National Trust property Nymans. The flowers are wonderful but the arch catches your eye.
However Carina also liked her shot of another property - Standen House.
Brian liked the way Fiona had provided the context for these figures outside a house in Moray Place. He found the picture intriguing - what is the story behind this?
Fiona herself chose her picture of a boathouse at Loch Mefort because of the vegetation and the colour. Brian commented that it was a building lost in nature.