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This residential block at Cowcaddens Road and Port Dundas Road, near where I work, is known as “The Matrix”. I had spotted that at lunchtime the sun illuminates the south-facing main side of this apartment block quite nicely, bringing out the colour in the various panels.
I’ve been staying over in Edinburgh for a couple of days to allow me to attend a training course for work. This evening, after returning to my hotel and freshening up, I wandered up to Princes Street to take a look at the Winter Wonderland. I have already seen a number of shots from the event, so I had a rough idea of what to expect. In the end, this is my favourite from the several shots I took.
In which Gary makes a detour to visit some newly turned on Christmas lights instead of going straight home from work.
70,000 litres of paint. One derelict tower block. And I’ve not been invited.
Let’s find out a bit more about what’s going on anyway…