This one is a members exclusive – a full photoshoot covering St Margaret’s Chapel up in Edinburgh Castle! These images were taken as part of an exclusive photoshoot and won’t ever be shared en-mass like this (most won’t be shared anywhere else at all for that matter!)
The chapel dates back to the 12th century and is actually the oldest surviving building in Edinburgh. It was built during the reign of David I (Margaret’s fourth son) who ruled Scotland from 1124–1153. The chapel formed part of a larger building, located to the north, which contained the castle’s royal lodgings.
As you can see, I’ve captured it from every angle conceivable and with very few people – hopefully you enjoy this wee private viewing of Edinburgh’s oldest building and thanks for reading.