Natural Features in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray
This rocky hole has been a popular excursion for generations of Deeside tourists. It was formed by scouring melt-water...
This spectacular gorge on the River Findhorn, in some places only 10 feet wide, can be reached from a car park off the...
This extraordinary offshore rock can be easily viewed from above the low cliffs next to the village.
Scotland’s largest land-locked lagoon, the Loch of Strathbeg, lost its sea connection in 1720 when sand-blown from a...
This is the name given to this area of massive shingle beaches the largest in Scotland – that run west of the mouth of...
|1||Burn o’ Vat, Aberdeenshire||Scotland, UK|
|2||Randolph’s Leap, River Findhorn||Scotland, UK|
|3||Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie||Scotland, UK|
|4||Loch of Strathbeg, nr Fraserburgh||Scotland, UK|
|5||The Lein, Kingston-on-Spey||Scotland, UK|
|6||The Colonel’s Bed, Aberdeenshire||Scotland, UK|
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