Coming into the harbor, Aberdeen, about 7:30 AM! Yes, that is a very grey day you see. Very soon, there would be a steady rain a’fallin’.
Fortunately, we were able to drop off our bags to our digs for the night, and set off on foot around town until the cafe opened that I was determined to break our fast at, Bonobo. You may remember it from almost exactly a month ago LOL!
But when I was there before, there was no sign of Mickey the Cafe Cat! Really, it’s ALL about Mickey.
We spent the afternoon strolling and ended up in the Aberdeen Art Gallery. There was a really good collection of Scottish artists. I didn’t take a lot of photos, but here are some of my favorites. I can’t ID all the artists, my apologies for that.
The next three are by Calum Colvin, “Brief Encounter” (1990). Cibachrome prints. Reminded me of Geoff Yeomans, whom you’ll remember from my May post from Machynlleth!
A long day in Aberdeen. I didn’t love the city, I must admit. Or maybe it was just that I had been very isolated and out of city energy for such a very long time. Anyway, only one day and sleep here, then off to Sheringham (via Norwich) to visit my college bestie Christine!
30 June 2022
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