The land of trees – Watercolour in a Watercolour Moleskine

This is Glengyle Terrace, Edinburgh, as viewed from Bruntsfield Links. The area, in the distant, right background is The Meadows. All of this open space is surrounded by magnificent mature beech, elm, ash and lime trees while many types of flowering cherries line the smaller paths which criss-cross this green place. Just in front of the two prominent trees a short golf course allows free play from April until September. This is well used as is the Golf Tavern, out of shot on the left. This pub is reputed to be the oldest in the world and is worth a visit.

If you would like a fuller view of this area please see my small video, shot last Saturday, when the temperature was around -4C (my excuse for some shaky filming)