The New Town isn’t really new, not any more. It dates from the 18th and 19th centuries and is a wonderful part of the city. It thoroughly deserves its status as part of the Edinburgh World Heritage Site (Old Town + New Town). Here is a typical New Town scene of building, tree and hedge, and a parked car. The building here is a section of a much longer terrace. As well as hedges you can find walls and lines of metal railings here in the New Town. I like the way the buildings provide a measure of scale in the backdrop to the sculptural growth forms of the trees.
Details: Pen; 2012; 9 cm x 14 cm. Original not for sale; unframed print £15.
Included in the gallery Trees 2