Fitting that this pub sits on a corner:
Located on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, this pub is named after a local citizen who is said to be the inspiration behind Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde. Deacon Brodie was a cabinet maker and thief. His day job allowed him access to homes that he would later rob. He was eventually caught and hung. A short walk away at the National Museum of Scotland, there is a multi-floor exhibit that includes a cabinet that is attributed to Brodie, though was probably made by his father.
This photo was shot on my iPhone and edited in Lightroom. The first edit was to crop the photo. I decided on a square crop in honor of this week’s photo challenge. While making the crop I took advantage of the angle tool which allowed me to straighten the photo a bit. Since I had been standing close to the pub, the perspective was a bit skewed. Having done that, I sharpened the photo and darkened the corners by sliding the highlight priority into negative numbers.
How do you like the edit? Have you ever been to Edinburgh’s Royal Mile? It’s a popular tourist destination particularly in August during the Tattoo and Fringe Festival. Both of those things are worth checking out. I would also recommend looking through the history of Scotland over at the National Museum, it’s an interesting display. Feel free to leave a comment below.