Alphabet photography is a fun thing to do. The aim is simple – take a photo of something that looks like a letter of the English alphabet, but one that isn’t a printed, typed or written letter. I normally do this whenever I go on holiday, as I find it gets me to look around more at the scenery or buildings of the place I’m visiting. During the last Easter holidays, I went to Scotland. You can find the letters what I managed to locate below, along with a maps location of where it was taken (just in case you don’t believe me!), so that you can go there. Enjoy!
Note: Not all of the GPS locations are exactly in the location where the image was taken, so you’ll need to move a little around the map / street view if needed.
A tree branch in the shape of the letter "A"
The letter "C", made from the outline of trees
A letter "E" formed out of some decorative stonework
The letter "G" created out of a stone barrier
Tarmac marks on the pavement in the shape of a "H"
A letter "I" created from a tower
A bridge in Inverary in the shape of a "M"
The letter "N" formed by a two columns on a bridge
The letter "O" made from a light fitting with an eye painted around it
A cup holder folded up in the shape of a "Q"
The gates to the Scottish Parliament with a "R" shape
The mast of a berthed ship forming a letter "T"
The letter "U" created out of the roof of the Edinburgh train station
A fountain in Inverary with the shape of the bowl in a letter "W"
Train tracks from Edinburgh station crossing over to form a "X"
A letter "Y" formed from some decorative bars in front of a window
A "Z" formed out of a marking on a hillside and a river