In previous years, the nightly fireworks exploding over the Royal Mile have begun to lose their appeal by the end of a long month of Edinburgh's festivals but this August, like so much else, they were missing.
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The Edinburgh Military Tattoo itself, which for years has ended each performance in a volley of explosions, was absent from the city. And the international visitors it attracts were nowhere to be seen either.
Even the street performers had restricted hours and spaces as Covid restrictions left their mark.
The Fringe, the International Festival, the book, art and film festivals all went ahead but the Covid limits meant a smaller, more intimate festival experience this year.
Its success will be judged on moments, rather than box office sales.
Most of the festivals had access to public funding, to stage their work in new ways.
The Edinburgh International Festival hired pavilions for their programme of 170 events while four Fringe regulars - the Gilded Balloon, Zoo, Dance Base and the Traverse Theatre - transformed a multi-storey car park into a venue which featured an open-air performance stage, food stalls and bars.
People performed in parks, beaches, back gardens and bandstands but it's not profitable, or sustainable.
With the reduction in social distancing only confirmed a week before the events began, most organisations stuck with two-metre distancing, or sold tickets in family group bubbles.