BFFReds watch the setting sun.
30th anniversary of the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh.
An ancient Iron Age Celtic ritual on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill, the Beltane Fire Festival, a May Day Celebration in Edinburgh that kicks of on the 30th of April each year for the past 30 years.
Living locally, it was about time I visited this event, so I decided this year was for me. Everything seemed to be lining up nicely.
I didn’t have time to get the £9.00 early-bird ticket, digging deep, I had to find another 4 pounds to make up the £13 entry fee. Worth every penny though! I have to say, WOW, hats off to the Beltane Fire Society, volunteers, organisers, and support staff, cracking event. I was just a regular punter tonight, unlike the event photographers on the night who had prime spots, I had to compete for position and jostle for every shot. That’s the breaks.
Needless to say, I took a host of images, you are welcome to view at http://www.johngilchrist.com/p936576486
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