Aberdeen Beach in July

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Aberdeen Harbour

Through more than eight centuries, Aberdeen Harbour has an important role in the development and prosperity of North-east Scotland. In the year 1136 was the first recorded reference, when King David 1st of Scotland granted the Bishops of Aberdeen the right to levy a tithe on all ships trading at the port. The arrival of . . . → Read More: Aberdeen Harbour

Aberdeen Harbour

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Torry

Torry is an area within the city of Aberdeen and is lying on the south bank of the River Dee. The Balnagask golf course offers panoramic city views from the east side of Torry. Furthermore, it is a good vantage point for viewing the dolphins which frequently visit the harbour mouth area.

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Botanic Garden, Aberdeen

The Cruickshank Botanic Garden is situated near the University of Aberdeen in Old Aberdeen. It built on land bequested by Miss Anne Cruickshank to commemorate her brother Dr. Alexander Cruickshank.

I took 3 different exposures (-2, 0, +2) and processed the pictures with Photomatix Pro and Photoshop.

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Old Aberdeen

Old Aberdeen is situated in the north east of Aberdeen city centre, Scotland and was for a long time nearly isolated at the edge of the city.

From the early 13th century it was the centre of the doctor’s, a influencing group of bishops. Nowadays, the centre is rich in historical buildings, a few are . . . → Read More: Old Aberdeen

Footdee, Aberdeen

I took these pictures in Footdee, also known locally as “Fittie”. Footdee is an old fishing village near Aberdeen Harbour, Scotland. In former days the cottages would have housed fishermen and their fisherfolk families and had a first recorded refernce in the year 1398. I heard, that some fish families still live in the picturesque . . . → Read More: Footdee, Aberdeen

Aberdeen Beach Esplanade

The beach is located in Aberdeen, Scotland and is famous for its golden sand. The long curved esplanade between the harbour and the River Don’s mouth is a great place for walks and runs. The beach has a popular amusement area along the beach with restaurants, cinema and an amusement park.

I took 3 different . . . → Read More: Aberdeen Beach Esplanade

Footdee, Aberdeen

I took these pictures in Footdee, also known locally as „Fittie“.

I took 3 different exposures (-2, 0, +2) and processed the pictures with Photomatix Pro, Photoshop and Topaz Labs.

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It’s spring time! :-)

It is spring time and there are flowers everywhere…

Crocus are one of the first flowers to bloom in spring and are very popular for gardens and parks. Crocus flowers and and their leaves are protected from frost by a waxy cuticle, so it’s common to see early-flowering crocus blooming through the last spring snowfall.

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