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The hall was built between 1888 and 1897 through a single private donation from the brewer William McEwan, the largest one in the history of... more
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The hall was built between 1888 and 1897 through a single private donation from the brewer William McEwan, the largest one in the history of Edinburgh University. The monument outside the hall commemorates its opening in 1897. The Hall and the monument situated on Bristo Square in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Square was re-landscaped in 2015 that included tree planting, more social space and improved accessibility.
Started many years ago as a studio photographer and continued as a freelance one for many years. I love taking portraits, striving to catch the essence of the person I shot. I enjoy shooting landscapes of all kind: seascapes, urban landscapes as well as classical ones. My other "Can dos" include retouching, digital as well as manual, book design and artistic transformation of original pictures. If you are interested in purchasing any of my photographs in bulk, process a large corporate order or just want to customize a specific picture, please contact me and I'll be happy to help.
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