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If you time it right you can bask in the enchanting sunrises and sunsets that might just have you believing in those rich tales of Scottish folklore. When the sun is shining those stone buildings sparkle, and when the clouds gather and the rain falls there is a distinctly Dickensian feeling cast upon the Granite City.A bustling hub of industry with plenty to see and do and home to some spectacular architecture, the council’s webcams affords two views of the city including a vista across the picturesque Aberdeen Beach and beyond to the Queens Links; and a bird’s-eye experience of the imposing cityscape currently dominated by some high-visibility-vest-bedecked workies on a busy building site. Although sadly not always victorious, the Scots are always proud of their national rugby team.Webcam of perhaps Scotland's most famous, and certainly most photographed castle. The castle was featured in the movie Highlander in 1984 along with another famous Scot.
Enjoying views of neighbouring mountains, Aonach Moor and Carn Mhor Dearg, use the webcam to gauge the weather for skiing, hiking or mountain biking on the range or just enjoy the glorious sight of the peaks in their seasonal glory.The North Sea and the Atlantic hold some of the largest oil reserves in Europe.Scotland is known for its beautiful lochs, ancient castles and stunning mountain scenery, although it is often hidden by mist and drizzle.The six webcams dotted around Bruichladdich Distillery on Islay (who also produce The Botanist Gin) will give you a different perspective on the whisky-making process, letting you keep an eye on the distilling, bottling and selling of their home-grown amber nectar, while perhaps enjoying a dram in the comfort of your own couch. Keen anglers flock from far and wide to the River Don, Aberdeenshire, to indulge in spot of fly-fishing set against some very impressive Scottish scenery.