This photographic essay was produced during 2017 as the author walked 9 miles per day from his house in Peterculter on the outskirts of Aberdeen four times per week for one year. His thorough exploration revealed a rich landscape with many hidden corners largely unknown to him prior to this venture. Although started initially for health reasons the project assumed a momentum of its own and captures the landscapes and wildlife throughout the seasons. The book was sold in many local outlets over Christmas 2018 and sold out in three months. Copies are available for inspection and some proof copies remain.
Love love love the book! The quality of the book production is very good. Even though I have seen most of the photos on FB, seeing them all together like this is such a joy.
I nearly wept as I read through it. Sights I recalled from my childhood days of playing in and around Culter back in the 50s and early 60s. Some of them very familiar to me but all of them were wonderful & beautiful. I see that you live up Malcolm Rd - one of my paper routes - back then it included the last houses before Hole Mill farm. I thank you for your photographic skill & scenes - I shall treasure for a long time.