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Photographs of the Banff and Buchan area of Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland that do not fit into other specialist categories or particularly illustrate the nature of the area.
Banff Seafront fgh5173jhp 
 Banff Royal Burgh Boyndie bay sea waves Scotland seafront west coastline looking from near the Banff Marina westwards towards Whitehills across Boyndie Bay along the Moray frith coast. Banff is a town with a history dating back to the 12th century and was granted a charter by Robert the Bruce in the 14th Century. Once a thriving herring fishing port it is now a quiet town catering more to tourism with an excellent golf course at Duff House and has several sandy beaches. It is reckoned to be one of the driest and sunniest locations is Scotland. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Banff, Whitehills, Boyndie, sea, bay, waves, rocks, gulls, Moray, Firth, town, seaport, beach, landscape, harbour, autumn
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Banff & Buchan
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Banff Seafront fgh5173jhp
Upload Date: Friday, March 30, 2012
Photo Size: 9.5 MB; 5369x3520 pixels
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Banff Royal Burgh Boyndie bay sea waves Scotland seafront west

coastline looking from near the Banff Marina westwards towards Whitehills across Boyndie Bay along the Moray frith coast. Banff is a town with a history dating back to the 12th century and was granted a charter by Robert the Bruce in the 14th Century. Once a thriving herring fishing port it is now a quiet town catering more to tourism with an excellent golf course at Duff House and has several sandy beaches. It is reckoned to be one of the driest and sunniest locations is Scotland.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Banff, Whitehills, Boyndie, sea, bay, waves, rocks, gulls, Moray, Firth, town, seaport, beach, landscape, harbour, autumn
 


 

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