Amelia Heath's photos


  • Deconstructed Autumn


  • Amanita Muscaria

    Autumnal orange for The Sunday Challenge. VIVALDI "The Four Seasons" - Autumn

  • HFF and good weekend everyone



  • Broughty Ferry Beach



  • V&A looking towards Port of Dundee

    I think that these strips visible in the photo are electrified in order to deter birds, mainly gulls and pigeons from roosting on the architecture of the V&A in Dundee. Apparently there is also a sonic emitter in the archway to deter birds as well.

  • The Auld Tram

    Dundee 2 was constructed by the Milnes Company in Birkenhead during the late 19th century and after ending its service days when the Dundee tram system was electrified the body was sold on for re-use. The car was later rescued but sustained severe fire d…

  • Interior of McManus Art Gallery

    At the bottom of the staircase is a linotype machine ( "line casting" machine) used in printing. Along with letterpress printing, linotype was the industry standard for newspapers, magazines and posters from the late 19th century to the 1960s and 70s, whe…


  • The McManus Gallery, Dundee

    The McManus Galleries were originally dedicated to Queen Victoria’s Consort and named the Albert Institute. Conceived as a focus for literature, science and art, Sir George Gilbert Scott created a powerful Gothic icon reflecting the city’s contemporary co…

  • Robert Burns at the McManus Gallery

    Thou Ling'ring Star. Words by Robert Burns, sung by Jennifer Byrne

  • HMS Unicorn



  • HMS Unicorn

    HMS Unicorn, of 46 guns, was built for the Royal Navy in the Royal Dockyard at Chatham and launched in 1824. She is now the World’s last intact warship from the days of sail, one of the six oldest ships in the world and Scotland’s only representative of…

  • North Carr Lightship

    The lightship, built on the Clyde in 1933, was stationed off the notorious North Carr rocks, a mile and half from Fife Ness, until 1975, a crucial part of the life saving network operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board. In May 1976 the North Carr Light…

  • North Carr Lightship

    The lightship, built on the Clyde in 1933, was stationed off the notorious North Carr rocks, a mile and half from Fife Ness, until 1975, a crucial part of the life saving network operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board. In May 1976 the North Carr Light…


  • HFF and a good weekend to you all

    Seaborne Ovation berthed at the Port of Dundee. I expect both these cruise ships unloaded some passengers who visited the new V&A museum. 2 days later we saw Seaborne Ovation anchored in the River Forth where it seemed that passengers were being ferried…

  • Curlew

    The curlew is the largest European wading bird, instantly recognisable on winter estuaries or summer moors by its long, down-curved bill, brown upper-parts and long legs.

  • River Tay Rail Bridge

    The Tay Bridge (or Tay Rail Bridge) is a railway bridge about two and a quarter miles (three and a half kilometres) long that spans the Firth of Tay in Scotland, between the city of Dundee and Wormit in Fife. It was opened on 20 June 1887. This 'new' d…


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