Cairnbulg and Fraserburgh – 26 July 2018

Another trip from our summer excursions programme, this time organised by Pamela Adam. First a brief stop at the wreck of the fishing boat at Cairnbulg. Light was rather dull here, so we did not linger too long.

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The wreck – Kirsty Russell
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The wreck shot with a drone – Rob Romani
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David Drage took this one with Fraserburgh in the background

Then onwards to Fraserburgh harbour, where we  wandered around briefly and took a few shots of boats etc.

Our next and final stop was at the Lighthouse Museum which provided more interesting opportunities as the light had now improved and the setting sun was coming through the clouds. We met Derek Gray here and we all tried our version of a shot he was taking.

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Derek Gray in action with his assistant Gregor 😉
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Drage and son scouting the location
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I did say the light improved – Rob Romani
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Kirsty, Eileen, David and son – Gregor McAbery
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Rusting buoys –  Eileen Rodger
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More rust – Eileen Rodgers
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Symmetry – Eileen Rodgers

Just for fun I’ve posted three versions of more or less the same shot below:

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Derek Gray’s original
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David Drage’s version
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Rob Romani’s version

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