Category: Scotland

The story of the great Polish map of Scotland

Started in 1975 by Polish veterans as a thank you to the country who gave them shelter after the war, the Polish map of Scotland was never finished and laid abandoned for years until it was restored by volunteers for the past 8 years and now completed.

It's a testament to the love one can have for a country and it is a beautiful work of art especially for those who enjoy a good map, more so a 3D one.

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Snow furrows in Princes Street Gardens East

The council maintains the lawns of Princes Street gardens by essentially ploughing the ground every winter so as to sow fresh grass every year. I suppose it's as good a method as any to avoid weeds. However when snow lightly falls on this ploughed land, it highlights the furrows done to reseed the lawn. It's almost like it's trying to mimic the fan of rail roads down below

Snow furrows in Princes Street Gardens East

The council maintains the lawns of Princes Street gardens by essentially ploughing the ground every winter so as to sow fresh grass every year. I suppose it’s as good a method as any to avoid weeds. However when snow lightly falls on this ploughed land, it highlights the furrows done to reseed the lawn. It’s almost like it’s trying to mimic the fan of rail roads down below

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