Poems and Songs


In 1885, Dr. A Hunter gave a Lecture “Where to go with a Camera in and about Edinburgh”  He finished his lecture by reading a poem:

-    Auld Caledonia’s Queen

Eight years later,  Douglas Fraser was writing poetry.  Douglas was EPS Secretary from 1938 to 1941 then became Portfolio Secretary for the next fifteen years.

He was also a keen hill walker.  His appreciation of Edinburgh, Scotland and the landscape can be found both in his photography and in his poems.

Here we have:

-   The One o’Clock Gun

-   Cramond

-   The Scott Monument  and 

-     An E’nbrugh Dream

Douglas Fraser also published a booklet of poems entitled "Landscape of Delight"


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