Gordon Highlanders' Memorial.
Aberdeen on a sunny day!
The granite city.
Aberdeen is mainly built of local Caledonian granite. It looks a bit grim, even on a sunny day.
Churchyard entry gate, Aberdeen.
This church and associated yard is in the centre of Aberdeen, and seems to be a haven of peace in the city.
High Kirk, Aberdeen.
Bluebells in Aberdeen.
This church yard is in the centre of Aberdeen, and seems to be a haven of peace in the city.
Gannet, Isle of Noss, Shetland.
Puffin, Fair Isle.
There's only one species of puffin!
Puffins, Fair Isle.
A few specks of rock and land midway between Shetland and Orkney, Fair Isle was a important stepping point for the early settlers and the Vikings.
The Old Man of Hoy, Orkney.
It doesn't look too big, but stands 445 feet high.
St.Olaf's Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney.
St.Olaf's was originally a Christian Viking church, built near the waterline.