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Edinburgh Vaults (3)

Posted on Friday, January 30, 2009
Uploaded by Saru
Edinburgh Vaults (3)
Image credit: © Saru

Uploader comment: One of several photographs I took in the Old Edinburgh Vaults during the UM meet in 2005.


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Comment icon #8 Posted by Aanica on 1/30/2009
Nice pics Saru, I especially like this one I feel it represents how final and real a sentence here would have been.
Comment icon #7 Posted by DrawingPics on 1/31/2009
It seems a bit scary. But the sunshine on the gates makes it less scary. Its amazing how light can actually make things a little more cheery.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Saru on 1/31/2009
Its not sunshine, this was taken quite a distance in to the vaults and it was dark outside at the time.
Comment icon #5 Posted by DrawingPics on 1/31/2009
But in picture 3 the gate looks pretty bright. Did you use a flash?
Comment icon #4 Posted by Saru on 1/31/2009
Yeah I did, its likely the camera flash that's reflecting off the gate.
Comment icon #3 Posted by DrawingPics on 1/31/2009
Ahh that must be it.
Comment icon #2 Posted by She-ra on 6/30/2009
I remember that gate
Comment icon #1 Posted by Shayde on 1/16/2012
I can help out in this particular query, and throw - pardon the next line - some light upon it! This picture is of a gate housed in the vaults running below and adjacent to Blair Street, just up from the area known as the Cowgate. The gate itself - as is the entire network of vaults here - is beneath the ground, with no daylight getting into the set of rooms. So in this particular photo I can say with extreme certaincy that the light source here cannot be daylight. Actually, it's more to do with the flash on the camera. Basically, the camera flash has illuminated the reflective sign on...
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