Smoke and Duelling in Fife: it’s Edinburgh in time-lapse

It was a pleasure today to watch this stunning, award-winning time-lapse film of Edinburgh by Ewen Meldrum from a couple of years back. 

I take it the distubing smoke rising out of the landscape across the Firth of Forth is the power station in Cardenden, Fife, close to where the last duel on Scottish soil (!) apparently took place.  Exciting stuff.  You can see the waterfront and harbour in a few of the shots, which is of course VERY exciting because that makes this my first post which relates directly to Leith!! 

Created using thousands of photos taken over the course of two years, this film beatuifully captures the intensity of the atmosphere and environment of Edinburgh, without even touching on the haar.  I love the way he moves into occasional close-ups of houses and tenements during the night-time part, continuing to emphasise the link with human patterns of behaviour.  That’s you in there, sleeping, blogging, watching Shameless!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Koya Moments.

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