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Inversnecky
Aberdeen Beach front cafes and the big wheel are icons in Aberdeen society and to the many visitors who come to city on vacation or to work for a while.
Inversnecky
Forth Rail Bridge
The mighty Forth Rail Bridge, king of all bridges, resplendent in its new coat of paint after years of being masked by scaffolding and tarpaulins is finally revealed in all its glory. It is an amazing feat of civil engineering on a huge scale. Work commenced on its construction in 1883 and was completed in 1890. For 100 years continuous painting meant starting at one end of the bridge and working through to the other end....then moving all the kit back and starting again. In 1998 they embarked on a more long lasting maintenance programme which means it shouldn't need repainting for 20 years. Time will tell, but at last it is an unfettered photographic subject once again.
Forth Rail Bridge
Under Union Street
One of the City's finest makes his way home from the market through the bridge under Union St on an overcast winters day.
Under Union Street
Spires
The view of the Edinburgh skyline is impressive even on a dull winters day.
Spires
Sandra
Sandra doesn't get out to sea nowadays, after years of service this old salmon coble is destined to languish in the sun above the old harbour at Boddin. Just think how many salmon and sea trout she would have boated over the years!
Sandra
Misty Buchaille
Another classic photographic location, sought out by photographers from all across the globe, it never fails to impress me and I always seem to come away from each visit with a different image, as the prevailing weather always dictates the mood!
Misty Buchaille
Lone Tree 2
One of only 2 trees on Rannoch Moor, the skeletal remains of this sole survivor of an ancient forest are a popular subject for passing photographers and the low viewpoint in this shot gives prominence to the lone tree over the mountainous backdrop.
Lone Tree 2
Dunstanburgh Castle
These large black rocks are reminiscent of cannonballs littering the beach in front of Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland.
Dunstanburgh Castle
Castlegate
East end of Union Street in Aberdeen on a mid winters day... the Granite City looks rather grey on a dull day, but when the sun shines it really glistens like bright silver!
Castlegate
Dunnideer Mono
Ancient fort atop a hillside, that dates back to between 1000 BC and 1000 AD. Although the remains visible here are from the 13th Century.
Dunnideer Mono
Big Wheel
Aberdeen Beach, a different view of the standout structure on Aberdeen's Fun beach area, playing on a very strong symmetrical composition.
Big Wheel
Aberdeen Sepia
An unusual view of the centre of Aberdeen from Union Terrace Gardens, the steps are reminiscent, to me anyway, of an Escher drawing.
Aberdeen Sepia
Dunnottar Monochrome
A fantastic ruin occupying one of the most dramatic cliff top locations in the North East of Scotland, it is always a pleasure to photograph at ant time of day and season.
Dunnottar Monochrome
Mighty Buchaille
Another classic photographic location, sought out by photographers from all across the globe, it never fails to impress me and I always seem to come away from each visit with a different image, as the prevailing weather always dictates the mood!
Mighty Buchaille
Dunecht Waterscape
One of two small lochs on the estate is home to a family of swans and quite often offers superb reflections as the shallow waters calm very quickly.
Dunecht Waterscape
River Etive
Glen Etive, surrounded by high mountains and with a powerful river flowing through over numerous falls and gullies, offers some distinctive rock formations to photograph.
River Etive
Stonehaven War Memorial
Commemorating the events and those who gave their lives during the Second World War, this memorial stands atop a hill to the south of the town of Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire.
Stonehaven War Memorial
Newburgh Dune
The ever shifting sands of Forvie offer many opportunities for photography. A wild and windswept location that was used for filming scenes in Lawrence of Arabia, believe it or not....and it is only 14 miles from Aberdeen.
Newburgh Dune
Brooding Buchaille
Another classic photographic location, sought out by photographers from all across the globe, it never fails to impress me and I always seem to come away from each visit with a different image, as the prevailing weather always dictates the mood!
Brooding Buchaille
Muchalls Beach
Located just south of Aberdeen, Muchalls lies at the north eastern end of the Highland boundary fault and offers a variety of different rocks as well as sea stacks.
Muchalls Beach
Collieston Harbour
A small fishing village north of Aberdeen, Collieston has a picturesque harbour offering an opportunity for dramatic images during winter storms.
Collieston Harbour
Lone Tree, Rannoch Moor
One of only 2 trees on Rannoch Moor, the skeletal remains of this sole survivor of an ancient forest are a popular subject for passing photographers and the low viewpoint in this shot gives prominence to the lone tree over the mountainous backdrop.
Lone Tree, Rannoch Moor
Slains Castle
Standing on the cliff tops just north of Cruden Bay in Aberdeenshire, the ruins of Slains Castle occupy a vantage point over the North Sea.
Slains Castle
Bamburgh Castle
A different view from the norm, this is taken from the area of dunes to the north of the castle.
Bamburgh Castle
Aberdeen Beach Mono
Aberdeen Beach on a winters day....making the most of bleakness!
Aberdeen Beach Mono
Broadfold Works
A passerby completes the composition of this image taken at the rundown old textile works in Aberdeen. At one time the works was one of the largest employers in the city.
Broadfold Works
Calton Hill
The view of the Edinburgh skyline is impressive even on a dull winters day.
Calton Hill
Gothic
Kings College Chapel in Old Aberdeen framed in a rather gothic arch.
Gothic
Lady Lawson St
Old town Edinburgh at the edge of the Grassmarket, viewed from below the Castle ramparts.
Lady Lawson St
Skeleton Tree
One of only 2 trees on Rannoch Moor, the skeletal remains of this sole survivor of an ancient forest are a popular subject for passing photographers and the low viewpoint in this shot gives prominence to the lone tree over the mountainous backdrop.
Skeleton Tree

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