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19 photos of Edinburgh in black and white

Local photographer Byronv2 gives us a tour of the city

Edinburgh's a city of contrast - ancient buildings sit alongside modern architecture and the weather shifts from clear sunshine to foggy darkness. What better way to show off that contrast than in black and white? Here are some of our favourite shots from Byronv2.

Saint Giles Cathedral
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Saint Giles Cathedral

View from the One O'Clock Gun
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View from the One O'Clock Gun

Usher Hall
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Usher Hall

Edinburgh University
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Edinburgh University

North Bridge
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North Bridge

Register House
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Register House

Roseberry Crescent
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Roseberry Crescent

View from the National Museum of Scotland
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View from the National Museum of Scotland

Financial District
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Financial District

View from the National Museum of Scotland
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View from the National Museum of Scotland

Lauriston
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Lauriston

Edinburgh University
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Edinburgh University

Evolution House
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Evolution House

Usher Hall
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Usher Hall

Bristo Square at Edinburgh University
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Bristo Square at Edinburgh University

Old Town
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Old Town

Saint Andrew's Square
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Saint Andrew's Square

Financial District
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Financial District

Snow-covered Waverley Station roof
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Snow-covered Waverley Station roof

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