Future Dreaming 2020

Aberdeen Gallery Dreaming
Future Dreaming 2020
Aberdeen Art Gallery No8 Adorning
Reflect on the Past 2019

So a final blog for 2019 – same room shot in different directions and with a different feel – “Future Dreaming 2020” & “Past Reflection 2019”

So the end of the decade I have been blogging for 9 years, I hope you can see the growing confidence of my photography certainly by reviewing my evolution across the blogging decade I am sure you can – these shots were taken at the newly reopened and refurbished Aberdeen Art Gallery…. ( a full set from this stunning location will open up my blog posts for 2020).

However I feel these images ask something of you reading my blog – take a seat and look forward to a hopeful future.

My words for 2020 are – respect, creativity, learn, growth and tolerance

A happy healthy Hogmanay see you in 2020

15 thoughts on “Future Dreaming 2020

      1. Absolutely. We stayed in Aberdeen a couple of days and enjoyed the city. Two days is simply not enough time to explore. So much history in every step.

      2. to be honest – I didn’t like Aberdeen at all when I moved up this way, it felt like a mini London all angry and in a hurry, but as I have got to know it better plus I can see the development taking place, So it is growing on me step by step

      3. Aberdeen is a busy, busy hub. We stopped by Aberdeen for a few hours in 2017 when we took that North Link to Shetland. A real adventure. City planners are the key to building vibrant cities. Vancouver has changed dramatically over the years. Now we have bike lanes, smaller communities within the city, urban gardens and even what that call “urban hens” – yes chickens in the city. One of Vancouver’s “food” goals is to create space for people to grow their own food. It is interesting to see how this develops. I am going with your step by step approach.

      4. Aberdeen is a hubWe stopped by for a few hours in 2017 when we took that North Link to Shetland. A real adventure. City planners are the key to building vibrant cities. Vancouver has changed dramatically over the years. Now we have bike lanes, smaller communities within the city, urban gardens and even what that call “urban hens” One of Vancouver’s “food” goals is to create space for people to grow their own food. It is interesting to see how this develops.

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