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Featuring - The 'Seven Seas Voyager', Distant Windmills , Keith from above Followsters Farm, The Auld Brig 1609, Cairnie Vista and Cullen Bay

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THE 'SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER' DOCKED AT INVERGORDON 05-09-2007

 This cruise ship is the penultimate visitor to Invergordon this year.
Weighing in at 41,827 tons this ship has capacity for 500 passengers.
Arriving at 0900 and departed at 1800. The majority of these liners
will now cruise around the warmer climes of the Mediterranean until
May next year when they will return. The final visitor is the 'Astor'
on 19th September. So ends another season of a wide variety
    of cruise liners visiting the deep water facility at Invergordon.
 

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WINDMILLS IN THE DISTANCE NEAR HUNTLY AND IN THE GLENS OF FOUDLAND

These Windmill farms are popping up everywhere. At the extreme right
you can just make out the relay T.V. mast at Gartly Moor. Lots of
trees have been felled in the forests. This Panorama shows the power
of the 10 times optical zoom on the Fuji S5600 which has resulted in
a very large area view. New software, recently purchased, has improved
the quality of the Panoramas. There are 360 round bales of hay in the
field. Lots to see in this view. Enjoy.

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KEITH AS SEEN FROM A HIGH POINT UP PAST ARDIOCH AND FOLLOWSTERS FARMS>

In this, the widest Panorama to date, we have a overview of Keith. Places to spot  
in this view are Ben Rinnes, Tap O' Noth, The Institute Clock Tower and the Dome  
 of the Catholic Chapel in Keith which lies nestling in the valley. A slightly hazy       
     September afternoon detracts a little from the view but anyone who is acquaint with  
 the surrounding area will recognise a lot more of the features than what has been  
      mentioned here. The full size Panorama is available HERE
Caution -
File is 10mb.        

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THE OLD CEMETERY AND 'AULD BRIG' IN KEITH PICTURED ON 1st OCTOBER 2007

The 'Auld Brig' was built in 1609 by Thomas Murray and his wife and reputed to     
be in memory of their son who was drowned while trying to cross the river Isla.    
Also in this picture are various large Epitaph's in the Old Cemetery, one in            
  particular in memory of a daughter of the owner of Earlsmount at that time, who    
 tragically died in ****. The Epitaph was placed in a position so that the Father        
      of the deceased daughter could observe the Epitaph from a window at Earlsmount.    
          The A96 road and the Union Bridge is just visible through the foliage at the far right.       
 Full size image HERE ( 6mb )            

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AREA AROUND CAIRNIE TAKEN ON FRIDAY 13th OCTOBER 2007

The most prominent feature on this skyline is the Knock hill rising to some 430             
metres ( 1300 feet ). Lots of crofts and larger farms can be spotted in the surrounding   
area. On the extreme left of the picture the Balloch hill is levelling out onto the valley.
 Also to find in the picture is the small bridge, over which I travelled to get to this point,
which crosses the main Aberdeen to Inverness railway line. Aberdeen would be to the
 right of picture, approximately 45 miles distance, and Inverness to the left of picture      
                                       approximately 60 miles.                                           
Full size Panorama is available  HERE - Caution file is 3mb

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A LOOK OUT TO SEA FROM A HIGH POINT IN CULLEN

This is a view taken from a high point in Cullen on a nice clear day in March 2008.    
Looking to the left the large viaduct can be clearly seen as a reminder of what used
 to be when trains ran all round the coast. The old part of Cullen with the decidedly     
quaint houses can be seen reflecting the bygone age of fishing and close neighbours.
In the far distance, across the water, the hills of the 'Black Isle' with snow still visible.
Full size Panorama is available HERE - Caution file is 3.6mb

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