Mundane History – Thursday Bloghop

Yes, she or one of her companions from Mercat Tours can often be seen on the High Street in Edinburgh. People pass by, seemingly oblivious to her existence.

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ColderWeather, Mara Eastern, and Just Snaps for more.

7 Comments

  1. Rebekah Mc says:

    It’s amazing how quickly we become accustomed to and “blind” to things we see all the time! Were she to appear here, that would certainly raise a few eyebrows. She’s quite spectacular..

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  2. Mara Eastern says:

    This is not mundane for me at all: you chanced to find in my a huge Scotland lover 🙂 The costumed woman is gorgeous!

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  3. daydreamer2011 says:

    I have to agree with Rebekah!

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  4. nuvofelt says:

    The tours do give the tourists what they want, don’t they! Not sure I’ve seen this one – but certainly someone similar. Great choice.

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  5. Any time we’ve been to UK, we’ve loved coming across these historical figures. They really add colour to a place.

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    1. I agree – it’s liberating – telling us that life can be more – even if the purpose of the costume is to advertise a tour.

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      1. We’ve seen them at places where they are like an acting troupe and take on actual historic characters. They’re great.

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