The Antony Gormley exhibition at the Royal Academy was eminently photographable. So it was a pity I’d forgotten to charge my camera. I had to resort to taking pictures on my phone. I think it is the first time I have posted ohotos from my phone here. But I think they’ve worked rather well.
These sculptures were made by unknown artists in the Water of Leith, a river running through central of Edinburgh. They were made over a long period, in various stretches of the river around Dean Village. The storms in November had removed them, though I expect they will be rebuilt in the future.