After three days in Edinburgh, we picked up our shiny red rental car (more on that later) and headed for the country side. As much as I loved Edinburgh, I was excited for the open road and the adventures – and photography – it would bring.
I was not disappointed. On our way out of Edinburgh, we took the Forth Road Bridge north over the Firth of Forth. The Forth Road Bridge is pretty as bridges go, but the real delight is the Forth Bridge – a red cantilever railway bridge built in the late 1800s and is now a Unesco World Heritage Site.
As silly as it sounds, Lisa and I were in love. With a bridge. Yup.
You can see the Forth Road Bridge in the background here.
My obsession with birds continues.
A jellyfish! For some reason, this was super exciting to me.
Then it was time to take a million pictures of each other.
The dynamic duo at Forth Bridge! You can’t tell, but I’m sick as a dog in this photo.