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The view from the balcony of Ben Lawers June 2014 (zoom lens).
The larger of the two log cabins.
The Kirkton of Fordyce became a Burgh of Barony in 1499. Its earliest charter is known to have been dated 1492.
The gannet colony at the RSPB site at Troup Head.
One of the many larks around Troup Head RSPB site.
The charming village of Crovie. Be warned - very steep, single track approach!
The smaller of the two cabins
The fields and sheep beside the cabins looking out over the Moray Firth.
Aunty Jean's beautiful rhodedendrons at Greenmoss.
The harbour at Portsoy.
The fabulous pebble beach at Spey Bay.
The Moray Firth viewed from Maryhill Farm
Sunset seen from Portgordon by the seal colony.
The beautiful ruin of the cathedral at Elgin, with the finest octagonal chapter house in Scotland.
The main square at Elgin.
The view of the Moray Firth from Ben Vorlich.
The old farmhouse at Maryhill, home of the Forbes family for over 100 years.
Another shot of the Moray Firth - what can we say, we love it.
One of the beasts on the farm.
Three generations of the Forbes family at Maryhill.
The lovely fishing village of Findochty.
Millbuies loch, near Elgin
The lighthouse at Rattray Head.
Images ©Maryhill Log Cabins Ltd and ©Caolan Forbes 2014
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