PANORAMIC EDINBURGH VIEWS
Stunning views in Edinburgh appear for unexpected moments between tall buildings. The silhouettes of Edinburgh buildings in themselves are not instantly recognisable, but the small gaps through which you glimpse them make them unique.
The term panorama was first used in Edinburgh, coined by the Irish painter, Robert Barker, to describe his paintings of the city in 1792.
The colour scheme references Bartholomew's maps of higher elevations.
Exhibited at Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show 2011. In a plan chest with panoramically modified binoculars.