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Thanks to a recommendation from someone, I discovered a wonderful artist who makes these stunning hand painted pin badges for me!

The photo absolutely doesn't do these justice! They are much better in 'real life'. Think the wide angle has especially distorted the outer ones!

Being as there is very little out there commercially available with shieldbugs, I have to seek these special ones out!

On the recommendation of a friend from Oslo I cropped my original version. This one better isolate the main motive, the Original shows more from the the nice location (marketplace in Lucca, Italy). Thanks alejandra, that was a realy good hint. Scan from Kodachrome slide.


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My recommendation for foggy days: start early in the morning and enjoy the sun on the mountains.

This is landscape photography with ISO1600 and f1.4 and not f22.... .


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After two architectural posts I thought it would be a good change to go rural from urban.

Tried something new on this post as I wanted to bring out the vintage feel along with the cinematic look.

What you see here is a heritage railway in Hampshire, England, running 10 miles from New Alresford to Alton.


Another shot from the same location here


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This line is really busy. I would suggest trains pass in each direction every few minutes and scurry along at 200mph. Yes it may seem to some a repetitive sight but I could have stayed an age marvelling at these impressive sixteen coach trains that wiz through the landscape.

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the moment the picture was stressful. The surf beat against the rocks. Because of the strong wind from the left side the spray was blowing in my direction. The first drops of rain ended the short break. Yes, and I was terrified that a larger wave makes me more wet. I stood on a big plate of rock. Which looks like a slanted table which goes downe into the sea. This plate showed deep cracks of the erosion. Some shows honeycomb pattern. A large crack runs from left to right. If the wave is large enough the crack filled with foaming water. I had to remain in suspended animation on this wave.


Elgol; Take the winding road south from Broadford, through Torrin, along the shores of Loch Slapin to the fishing village of Elgol. The location is superb, with views across Loch Scavaig to the spectacular Black Cuillins. Regular boat trips leave from Elgol pier to travel across Loch Scavaig to Loch Coruisk, a sea loch in the very heart of the Cuillin peaks. Some trips allow the option of spending time ashore, scrambling onto the foothills of the Cuillins or exploring the shore of Loch Coruisk. Elogol beach has some fascinating rock formations, and the limestone cliffs are etched in a honeycomb pattern. But don't leave before the sun goes down; Elgol is famous for its sunsets, which spread a golden glow over the Cuillins.


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“Book collecting is an obsession, an occupation, a disease, an addiction, a fascination, an absurdity, a fate. It is not a hobby. Those who do it must do it. Those who do not do it, think of it as a cousin of stamp collecting, a sister of the trophy cabinet, bastard of a sound bank account and a weak mind.” --- Jeannette Winterson


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I visited Fraserburgh 12/6/17 on the recommendation from very good friends who took the opportunity a few weeks before, based on their recommendation I packed the Nikon and headed North to capture the harbour and ship repaint / repair yard, two hours of touring the area and making full use of my camera I has 337 photos , I post a few here on my Flickr to enjoy time and again.


Fraserburgh Harbour is situated in Aberdeenshire in the North East corner of Scotland and is ideally positioned for the fishing grounds of the North and East of Scotland, as well as being in close proximity to the North Sea oil and gas fields and the emerging offshore renewables market. The location also makes it well placed for trade with Scandinavia and the Baltic sea ports.


Google and Wiki have the folowing info on this fine town.


Fraserburgh (/ˈfreɪzərbrə/; Scots: The Broch or Faithlie, Scottish Gaelic: A' Bhruaich) is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland with a population recorded in the 2001 Census at 12,454 and estimated at 12,630 in 2006.


It lies at the far northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead. It is the biggest shellfish port in Europe, landing over 12,000 tonnes in 2008, and is also a major white fish port and busy commercial harbour.



The name of the town means, literally, 'burgh of Fraser', after the Fraser family that bought the lands of Philorth in 1504 and thereafter brought about major improvement due to investment over the next century. Fraserburgh became a burgh of barony in 1546. By 1570, the Fraser family had built a castle (Fraserburgh Castle) at Kinnaird's Head and within a year the area church was built. By the 1590s the area known as Faithlie was developing a small harbour.


In 1592, Faithlie was renamed Fraserburgh by a charter of the Crown under King James VI. Sir Alexander Fraser was given permission to improve and govern the town as Lord Saltoun. At present this title is still in existence and is held by Flora Fraser, 20th Lady Saltoun and head of Clan Fraser. The Royal Charter also gave permission to build a college and university in Fraserburgh allowing the Lord Saltoun to appoint a rector, a principal, a sub-principal, and all the professors for teaching the different sciences.


A grant from the Scottish Parliament in 1595 allowed the first college building to be erected by Alexander Fraser, and in 1597 the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland recommended the Rev. Charles Ferme, then minister at the Old Parish, to be its first (and only) principal.


In 1601, Fraserburgh became a burgh of regality. The college, however, closed only a decade or so after Ferme's arrest on the orders of James VI for taking part in the 1605 General Assembly, being used again only for a short time in 1647 when King's College, Aberdeen temporarily relocated owing to an outbreak of plague. A plaque commemorating its existence may be seen on the exterior wall of the remains of the Alexandra Hotel in College Bounds.


Fraserburgh thereafter remained relatively quiet until 1787 when Fraserburgh Castle was converted to Kinnaird Head Lighthouse, Scotland's first mainland lighthouse. In 1803, the original 1571 church building was replaced and enlarged to seat 1000 people. The Auld Kirk was to be the standing authority in the town up until the 1840s.


The Statistical Account on the Parish of Fraserburgh, written between 1791–1799 (probably 1791) by Rev. Alexander Simpson of the Old Parish Church, shows that the population of Fraserburgh was growing with peaks due to seasonal employment. He records a population of about 2000 in 1780 of whom only 1000 resided in the town.


There was an additional population of 200 in the village of Broadsea. He makes a point of the arrival of Dr. Webster in Fraserburgh in 1755 claiming that the population then only stood at 1682. By the time the account was written the population had increased by 518 souls since 1755. Rev. Simpson also gives accounts of deaths, births and marriages. Between 1784-1791, he claims to have an average of 37 baptisms, 14 marriages and 19 deaths per year. The statistical account mentions activities with the harbour. He describes the harbour as small but good, telling that it had the capability to take vessels with '200 tons burden' at the time the account was written.


The account also mentions that Fraserburgh had tried and succeeded in shipbuilding especially after 1784. His account finishes speaking of a proposed enlargement of the harbour. He claims that the local people would willingly donate what they could afford but only if additional funding was provided by the Government and Royal Burghs.


The second statistical account, written as a follow up to the first of the 1790s, was written in January 1840 by Rev. John Cumming. He records population in 1791 as 2215 growing to only 2271 by 1811, but increasing massively to 2954 by 1831. He considered the herring fishing, which intensified in 1815, to be the most important reason for this population boom. By 1840 he writes that seamen were marrying early with 86 marriages and 60 births in the parish in the space of one year. On top of this increased population, he explains that the herring season seen an additional 1200 people working in the Parish. There is also mention of the prosperity of this trade bringing about an increase in general wealth with a change in both dress and diet. Cumming also records 37 illegitimate children from 1837–1840 although he keeps no record of death.


The prosperity of the economy also brought about improvement within the town with a considerable amount of new houses being built in the town. The people were gaining from the herring industry as in real terms rent fell by 6% from 1815 to 1840. Lord Saltoun was described as the predominant land owner earning £2266,13s,4d in rents.


This period also saw the extension of the harbour with a northern pier of 300 yards built between 1807–1812 and, in 1818, a southern pier built by Act of Parliament. Cumming states that no less than £30,000 was spent developing the harbour between 1807 and 1840 by which time the harbour held eight vessels of 45–155 tons and 220 boats of the herring fishery.


A railway station opened in 1865 and trains operated to Aberdeen via Maud and Dyce, as well as a short branch line to St. Combs. It was, however, closed to passengers in 1965 as part of the Beeching cuts, though freight trains continued to operate until 1979, after which the station site was redeveloped. Currently, the closest operating station is Inverurie, 56 km (35 miles) away.



Fraserburgh has a marine climate heavily influenced by its proximity to the sea. As such summer highs and winter lows are heavily moderated, with very mild winter temperatures for a location so far north. The differences between seasons are very narrow as a result, with February averaging highs of 6.7 °C (44.1 °F) and August 17.2 °C (63.0 °F).[6] As a result of its marine influence, there is significant seasonal lag, with September being milder than June and October has slightly milder nights than May, in spite of a massive difference of daylight. The climate is overcast and wet with 1351.8 hours of sunshine. Temperature extremes have ranged from 26.6.C (July 1995) down to -14.4.C (February 1991) 747.7 millimetres (29.44 in) of precipitation per annum.

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