A cherub from the Forsyth's sphere above Topshop on Princes Street.

15 stunning photos that will make you look up more often in Edinburgh

The vast majority of us are guilty of keeping our heads down and failing to appreciate the beautiful sights above our heads.

Wednesday, 16th December 2020, 4:45 pm
Updated Thursday, 17th December 2020, 5:49 pm

From St Giles’ elegant stone crown to the stunning sphere above Topshop on Princes Street, Edinburgh is an ornamental city, heavily peppered with a diverse array of rooftop flourishes and exquisite finials that are sadly seldom noticed by the masses.

Luckily, local photographer Tom Duffin is not like the rest of us. He has spent years in awe of the incredible objects that pass most of us by completely.

Here, Tom takes us on a birds-eye trail of the Capital that will make you want to look up a lot more often.

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