Some sketches from images that I took trotting around Aberdeen and the Shire.
I can't drive, and although my husband can, it scares him. So, I've been nagging him to take us around to see some more local sites.
An ink illustration of the Rhynie man- a Pictish stone carving that can be found in the Aberdeenshire Council building, Woodhill house in Aberdeen.
This is the "Rhynie Man", a stone carving of a mysterious Pictish man, which was discovered in the middle of a farmer's field in the rural town of Rhynie in Aberdeenshire.
The carving is probably better than the man himself, but currently resides in Woodhill House, which is an Aberdeenshire Council building in Aberdeen.
A black and white illustration sketch of Slain's Castle in Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire. This isn't the one that Bram Stoker visited.
This is Slain's Castle
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