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Looking Over The Cliff At Collieston Village

AFTER OUR LUNCH AT HARBOUR SPRINGS, Aaron continued to drive us to a sandy and secluded place called Collieston Beach.  Collieston is another fishing village in the ancient days, a shelthered beach in this small village.  First visit for me and the youngsters, Aaron is our tour guide.  I guess whoever comes to Aberdeen, these are the places he would be taking them to.  LOL...

Alright, time to do some exercising after our heavy lunch.  Parked the car and we walked up the cliff to have these breathtaking pictures taken on higher grounds.   Yes, as usual I am afraid of heights but that did not deter me from going up, only thing is that I stay away from edges, praying that the wind would not blow me over.... LOL..
On the way to the Collieston Beach, passing through the meadows on both sides...
Stopped by to say hello to this highland cow...
He or she kept staring at us..
"Who are these black hair people??"
Walking up to higher grounds when we reach the Collieston beach... 
On higher grounds now.... 
Beautiful sight awaiting us....
The secluded beach.... 
Maybe more people in the summer...
It was pretty windy from the angle we took the pictures...
I was actually very worried that the wind could blow me away!
A village across where they offer this below....
But no, we did not have our share of Ice Cream up here...too cold...
And a final picture against the sun before we left...
Taken here and there.... 
And the happy smiles before we left Collieston.... 


Comments

  1. Beautiful views! Can see that it is cold there since all of you wore jackets and huddled up.

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  2. This looks STEEP, but you are so brave, Claire!! And your fantastic pictures! I think they are my favorite on your blog EVER!! My favorites are five, six, and seven.

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  3. Such lovely scenery and photos, i love the blue sky and the grassland

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  4. I wouldn't mind walking along the cliff. I like adventure but of course one must be careful not to trip or miss a step.

    Very hairy cow. Haha. But good to keep him or her warm on highlands.

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  5. Very scenic. I must go to Scotland one day.

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  6. A beautiful place to visit! Good to see all the smiling young faces!

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