Parliament Hall

I was invited by The Edinburgh Sir Walter Scott Club to document locations in Edinburgh associated with the great Author. However, Parliament Hall is one place where you are strictly forbidden from taking photographs. I had to get a special permission from the Scottish Courts. It was granted on the understanding that the images would never used for commercial purposes. I was fortunate that The Dean of the Faculty of Advocates was a supporter of the Club and had addressed it's members. 
I was so honored to be given access to take photographs in this great hall. Especially to be able to take lots of images of Greenshield's statue of Sir Walter. For those I was able to set-up flash-lights at different angles to get really dramatic images.