Mjollnir MacAlba 06/07/2016 Very nice set of photos Mark. Now I can see what the wife was banging on about! 🙂 Reply
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Very nice set of photos Mark. Now I can see what the wife was banging on about! 🙂
That was all down to the company she was keeping….😉
Eh… I dunno what the answer is to that! Lol 🙂
Sorry mate I thought you meant the comments my wife had made against this post….about it being the best holiday ever 😊
No no, I was talking about when my Mrs went there with her sister earlier this year. I’ve never set foot in the place so it’s nice to see where they sat and had fish ‘n’ chips (as Norwegians do!) 🙂
Ah, well in which case I apologise for the confusion 😊
No worries mate 🙂
Wonderful place one of if not the best holiday
Ah Stonehaven. I know it well. Before the bypass was built, we used to stop here when driving from Fife to visit my grandparents in Aberdeen. I spent many a happy childhood day eating ice cream while watching the fishing boats. Your photos are lovely.
We did quite a bit of ice cream eating down by the harbour too 😊
Beautiful place captured beautifully Mark!
Thanks mate 😊
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This looks like a special spot, Mark. Your photos are wonderful and I especially like the black and white conversion.
Thanks again Jane……much appreciated. It was a lovely two week holiday and Stonehaven was a great base from which to explore.
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