Scotland the Colourful?

Posted by barbara on January 23, 2018

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Shades of blue enliven age old buildings

One of the key things that strike you about Scotland's key cities - be that Edinburgh, Inverness and Glascow, for example - are the use of 'pops of colour' to tart up heritage buildings.

 

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A coat of bright red brings to life a premises in the 'Old Town' of Edinburgh


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Shades of blue and aqua enliven the streets of the 'Old Town'


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This like wow red colour scheme works well with the intact old streetscapes and quaintly cobbled streets

 

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Red and blue paint job highlights add visual value to Edinburgh's Old Town

 

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Edinburgh's Old Town's paint job is a charming addition 


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'Licks of colour' enhance the Old Town streetscape


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Edinburgh's taxis add transient pops of colour

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