Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Aberdeen: King Street

I wanted to share some shots of Aberdeen on one of our recent family walks. These are all taken on King Street, the main road running from Old Aberdeen (where the University is located, and where we live) to the down town area.

I love all the stone buildings that line this street.

Below is the beautiful church where the King's Community Church, an Assemblies of God church, meets.

This building use to house the Aberdeen Fire Department.

This is the Cathedral Church of St. Andrews, part of the Anglican Communion and the Scottish Episcopal Church.

Here is the Aberdeen Arts Centre Theatre.

Aberdeen is an old city, much older than any city I've lived in prior to this. The stone work is so beautiful. I love walking through town, enjoying the view. Incredible!

1 comment:

Eos Mom said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I can't imagine what it's like to live in such an old, historic place. Fun!

Thanks for visiting my blog the other day and checking on my progress. It's been quite slow, but the few bits I've organized feel great. I love when I find a paper or object and can say "I know where this goes." :-)

Congrats on your move, I'm glad to see you back online!