Old and new architecture together at Edinburgh's Usher Hall. The 1914 original to the left, and the angular glass extension completed in 2010 in the centre of the shot.
We were at a concert there last night: American violinist Joshua Bell and British cellist Steven Isserlis, with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields. The first time I've experienced a standing ovation at a concert (we Scots are a reserved lot).
As with many things in Scotland there's a connection with our national drink. The hall was built with money gifted to the city by Andrew Usher, son of a whisky distiller.