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NT2575 :: Sculpture in the Water of Leith

Taken 8 years ago by Tony Fisher near Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland

Sculpture in the Water of Leith by Tony Fisher
Sculpture in the Water of Leith

Antony Gormley's sculptures provide endless photographic opportunities. This striking figure, photographed from a nearby footbridge, is one of five installed in the Water of Leith. The picture was taken on a bright, hazy day at an angle which excluded riverside vegetation and the water mirrored the colourless sky. The same figure is seen from a different viewpoint at NT2575 : 6 Times figure.
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Subject Grid Square NT2575
Subject Lat/Long 55.967549,-3.192693 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Photographer Tony Fisher
Taken 20110614 201106 2011 (about 8 years ago)
Submitted 2011-07-15
Context Rivers, Streams, Drainage ·
Tag sculpture ·
Group Figure · Footbridge ·
Term water of leith · sky · viewpoint · striking figure · antony gormley · footbridge · endless photographic opportunities · vegetation · sculptures ·

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