Perhaps North East Scotland may not be on most people’s destination Bucket List.  I would like to suggest that it is a part of Scotland that offers some spectacular locations worthy of any Landscape Photoshoot. As a native of The North East of Scotland I believe that it offers a great deal of “wealth” and that it would be great to promote and proudly show off my “haim”, in the way of a photographic Thin Slice of some of my  favourite North East locations. 

A visual journey beginning on the coast of Moray, running along the  North Coast of Old Banffshire and then onto Banff and Buchan. Through  some of the fishing villages and towns, down through the farm lands of central Buchan. Showing off the stunning beauty  of the Cairngorm National Park before focusing on the beaches; urban parks and gardens of Aberdeen. The journey will end on the rugged cliffs of The Cove Coastal Path.

All of the images used were captured on Nikon D3100, Nikon D550, Samsung Note3, Samsung S6, Panasonic Lumix.

It is not my intention to write a short description of each of the areas exhibited, I would rather allow the images to talk for themselves.

Sandend Moray 

Gardenstown (Gamrie, Banffshire)

Crovie Aberdeenshire (Banffshire)

Pennan North Aberdeenshire 

Fraserburgh (Broch, Banff and Buchan)

Aden Country Park Mintlaw Buchan

Huntly Aberdeenshire 

Cairngorm National Park 

River Dee Aberdeen City

View from George V Bridge 


Duthie Park

Aberdeen Beach

River Don Mouth 

Brig o‘ Balgownie 


Seaton Park 

Cruickshank  Botanical Gardens.

Union Gardens 

Cove Coastal Path 

There are many hidden treasures in the North East of Scotland. Get your camera out, come and find them.