I returned from Scotland feeling refreshed and loving art. I will writeÂ more extensively later on, but for now, hereÂ isÂ oneÂ of the highlights. I just love the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. They had 150 memorable portraits usedÂ on the covers of Vanity Fair magazine. Portraits ranged from Madonna to Katheryn Hepburn. Photographers such as Norma Jean Roy, Henry Bensen, and Annie Leibovitz.
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Inside the lobby of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.