A quick handful of (tastefully monochrome) street photography from Edinburgh:
Three faintly lost-looking performers.
A wreath discarded on railings.
An audience behind the Tron Kirk.
I really am not sure who’s the intended audience for “signs painted on a portacabin roof”.
David Hume is stoically ignoring the tourists.
Adam Smith, meanwhile, just seems to disapprove of the whole thing. I’m sure he would have done. (Hume, meanwhile, would be uproariously drunk throughout and enjoying shouting at people.)
And, finally, one in colour:
Rude though I am about the Fringe sometimes (okay, most of the time), it can’t be denied it’s good material for photography.