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Posted on May 18, 2014 in Fuji X100S, Photography | 0 comments

Inside St. Giles’ Cathedral with the Fuji X100S

Inside St. Giles’ Cathedral with the Fuji X100S

In all my 40-odd years of mainly kicking about Edinburgh, I had, until recently, never set foot inside St. Giles’ Cathedral. Well, I had a spare couple of hours around the Old Town so wandered in, paid my £2 to take photos (and wore my sticker) and thoroughly enjoyed it. There was some live classical music being played and lots of cool stuff to take photos of. It was really very peaceful. Which I suppose is the point. It appears to also work on heathens.

Here are a selection, all taken with the Fuji X100S and given the Dark Edinburgh treatment.

As usual, all these images are available for free hi-res download from Morguefile.

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