More Edinburgh photography
There are a lot of bad elements to autumn in Edinburgh: it's cold, wet and windy, and it starts getting dark really early. Thankfully, that's outweighed by the riot of colour that bursts out as the city's trees begin to lose their leaves. Warm yourself with a nice cup of coffee, or wrap up and bag a spot in one of Edinburgh's best beer gardens, and enjoy this last flash of colour before everything goes white. Or, more likely, grey.
Check out some of the (semi-real) wildlife that can be found out and about in the city
Some stunning photos by Sarah White, aka Edinburgh & Beyond
Whether it's an idyllic frost-fall or a burning sunrise, sometimes it pays to be an early bird. Here's the proof...
18 of our favourite snaps of the capital's houses, churches, museums and tower blocks, taken by local photographers
Becky Arnold of Square Eyes photography offers a new, Polaroid-style perspective on the capital
Winter may be over, but that doesn't mean we can't remember it in a wash of beautiful nostalgic whiteness
Unself-conscious black and white street photography from local snapper
Take a (bus) trip down memory lane with these gorgeous pics of Edinburgh in flares
Check out Edinburgh's guerilla decor, from small-scale stickers to wall-dominating murals