Cameron the Camera Obscura Bear: ‘My Ramsay Lane Adventure!’

 

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Cameron the Camera Obscura Bear

I can’t bear being in the same place for too long! After the whole day it took me to type my last post to you, I needed to get out of the office.

I sat on the wall outside while I thought about where to go.

 

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The Camera Obscura Mirror

 

 

 

 

 

 

I realised after a minute or ten that there was actually a lot to see right in front of me.

This is an odd mirror outside of Camera Obscura where I could look at myself. If I got really close, my head went upside down.

 

 

 

 

I made the mistake of waddling down Ramsay Lane. It is so steep that it is difficult to walk down, though of course it is more difficult to walk back up.

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Ramsay Hill Lane

I did manage to get this awesome photo though:

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Cameron the Bear Selfie!

The sky matches my hoodie. In the background you can see the Scott Monument, which I will climb one day when I am used to the steps at Camera Obscura. There are 287 steps to the top of the Scott Monument! Beside it you can see the clock of the Balmoral Hotel.

I also got a picture beside the Patrick Geddes trail sign, because he was the second owner of Camera Obscura:

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Cameron and Geddes!

He also developed Ramsay Garden, which is almost next door. I had to jump very high to get these pictures.

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Cameron at Ramsay Garden

Do you see the cat?

Then after climbing such a big hill, it was time for a rest!

 

RAWR!

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