- published: 20 May 2017
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"The Water of Leith" is a 32 bar Strathspey for four couples in a four-couple longwise set from a collection of Scottish country dances to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Edinburgh Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society in 2014. This dance was devised by John Wilkinson, RSCDS Edinburgh and past Chairman of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. The original tune “The Games 2014” was composed by Graeme Munro. The music was recorded by Graeme Munro and his Scottish dance band on the RSCDS Edinburgh 90th Anniversary recording. Special thanks to everyone who has assisted with this project. The dances have all been filmed in the historic City Chambers located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage site. We are very grateful to our Honorary Pres...
A walk from hidden Dean Village along the Water of Leith walkway to Edinburgh's port city of Leith, is only about 6 miles long but what an interesting walk! You'll also want to take extra time exploring Dean Village and the trendy Stockbridge area en route. But make sure you leave plenty of time to discover the interesting historical buildings in Leith as well. Leith is the old maritime centre of Edinburgh and steeped in shipping history. Its also a vibrant place to just hang out in hip restaurants, and cool bars by the water. You'll also want to check out the stylish retail shops as well
lol thrown in the water at the scottish parliament
This is some B-Roll footage I took while checking out the flooding. I was asked by a news agency to capture some photos and video for them. I decided to put together some of the footage they didn't use or need due to various reasons. Some of it isn't the best but you get a decent idea of what was happening in Edinburgh and Leith that day.
Hey, in this video you can discover non touristic Edinburgh with us. We want to stay away from the crowds and Edinburgh castle, but at the same time we would like to show you how amazing Edinburgh is! There're tons of awesome places, like Water of Leigh, Fettes College and Dean Village, which are not so famous, but they are fabulous! Join us for the first walk around Edinburgh!
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