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First, admittedly – there was a strong backlight when taken this picture, and prevailing all along daylight-hours that time of the year. But, I did not want to give up taking this unique edifice on picture. The other side is much less attractive in its design to my humble opinion.
Apparently it was not the Queen's bath, as the plaque on the WS claims. Merely a resting place, pavilion at the far end of the Royal garden.

The location once was part of the Holyrood palace's ground, nowadays, it is a garden at its tourists bus-parking area. 55.9535, -3.1742 on the map, along Abbeyhill.

A JPEG picture, F6.3, exp. 1/30, ISO125.

Ike

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9630 W: 616 N: 17762] (80033)
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