I took these photos during our 48 hours in Scotland. The weather was in no way behaving the day we visited the city. And for the first three hours, the heavens decided to open with torrential rains. Lucky us. Regardless of the rain we still managed to see Edinburgh Castle, poke our heads in some bookshops along West Port and walk along the Royal Mile.
This was the week my husband and I were suppose to be visiting Canada. Unfortunately for bureaucracy, rejected visas and passport discrimination, we did not make it to the other side of the ocean. On the bright side, I recently purchased a Canon 5D Mark III. I drove myself on a Tuesday morning to Soho Road, located in the northern part of Birmingham. It is an area largely populated by Sikhs of South Asian ancestry, it’s not uncommon to hear Polish, Urdu, and Hindi being spoken at the various fruit markets.