Tuesday, 17 May 2011

word in pictures

The Word Festival Marquee and the Crown Tower of King's College Chapel

Elphinstone Hall

























I spent Saturday strolling around Old Aberdeen - visiting the Word festival, browsing bookshops, nosying at the Alasdair Gray exhibition in the Old Town House and being inspired by the very shy but super funny Tim Dowling. Strolling round Old Aberdeen feels a bit like stepping back in time; it's a small university town surrounded on all sides by an oil obsessed city and has a vibe all its own. Totally separate and the better for it. Perhaps I'm biased because King's College Chapel also the place where my parents got married.



























The Old Town House


































And at the end of the day (and quickly donning my day job hat), I hijacked the members of all girl ceilidh band Danse McCabre after their performance in the festival cafe and forced them to pose in our organisation's tshirts for the front cover of the newsletter I'm currently working on! So all in all a very productive day.

2 comments:

Back Home Vintage said...

Fabulous photos!!

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theartofpuro said...

Congrats!Wonderful post and pictures:)