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Pictures in this library relate to the sea and the coasts around Aberdeenshire from St Cyrus to the Moray Firth along to Cullen and include fishing villages of Gourdon, Johnshaven, the town of Stonehaven, beach at Balmedie, Cruden Bay, Forvie, Bodham Point near Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Rosehearty, Pennan, Macduff, Banff, Whitehills, Portsoy, Sandend, Portknockie, Bow Fiddle Rock.
Whinnyfold Buchan Coast TO18005JH 
 Whinnyfold Clifftop Fishing Cove Beach Sea Cliffs Hamlet Summer Clouds Flowers perched by the North Sea coast of Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland just south of Cruden Bay, near Peterhead and once was a holiday haunt of Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula. 
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Aberdeenshire Coast
Filename:
Whinnyfold Buchan Coast TO18005JH
Upload Date: Monday, May 03, 2004
Photo Size: 12.7 MB; 3543x5295 pixels
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Whinnyfold Clifftop Fishing Cove Beach Sea Cliffs Hamlet Summer Clouds

Flowers perched by the North Sea coast of Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland just south of Cruden Bay, near Peterhead and once was a holiday haunt of Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula.
Keywords: Scotland, Grampian, Scottish, North Sea, East, Aberdeenshire, Buchan, hamlet, clifftop, perched, houses, Whinnyfold, Cruden Bay, cove, beach, fishing, boats, upright, fishing, harbour, shingle, beach, conservation, SSSI, green, wind, upright, village, cliffs, flowers, pink, wild, grass, waves, rocks, tides, cliffs, headland, white, clouds, clear, sky
 


 

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