There is a special place overlooking Edinburgh's historic cityscape. It is the hill called Arthur's throne in a vast park called Holyrood Park.
A superb view of the city.
I also aim for the Arthur's seat and walk, walk, and climb the steep cliff where there is no one, with leather shoes.
Suddenly, when I looked down, I was attacked by the fear that I couldn't get off if I climbed any more, so I sat down in the middle of the cliff. The scenery from there remained very impressive. That's because I noticed that this place is completely different from my intended Arthur's seat.
A number of figures were seen toward the edge of the cliff with the silhouette of the hill that was seen over there.
That silhouette was the Arthur's seat that was supposed to be aimed. . While looking at the Arthur's Seat silhouette, I ended up looking at the cityscape of Edinburgh's sunset. . However, on the other hand, no one, nobody should come.
On the cliff of the road without a road, we were able to continue to look at the beautiful scenery until we were alone.
And it became a special place for me
There is the word serendipity. A wonderful coincidence. I think life is good.