Photographer's Note

The "Water-of-Leith" trail is an extraordinary way to see places in Edinburgh that are far out off the tourists routes. A 2.75 miles from Dean-Village to the port of Leith, the trail goe's through different places and neighborhoods, sometime through woods in a small forest, but most times there is an orderly path like this place.
A sudden gust of wind brought down abundance of falling golden leaves, and with an urge to take swiftly this very precise moment, did it with a cell-phone, rather than setting the Canon.

Approximate location, near the St.-Marks park: 55.9679, -3.1917

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 11484 W: 625 N: 21548] (92780)
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