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Gillian & Layla
I have many fond child hood memories from this area & you can see views over Dundee, you can see significant landmarks of Dundee such as coxes stack, the law and the rail bridge. There are so many pathways to explore up here and we are lucky to have it right on our doorstep
A tranquil place a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life
This photo dates from 2009 and was taken as a publicity pic for my stint on The Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square, London as part of Antony Gormley's One&Other public art project.
It's important to me because it combines two of my great loves, architecture and sculpture, and I'm proud that we have a Frank Gehry building and an Antony Gormley sculpture right here in Dundee, less than 5 minutes from my home.
Off to the right hand side you can see the slopes down to a simple labyrinth which is a great place to incorporate a meditative walk into your daily exercise .
As we walk past the Maggie's Centre during these lockDown Days its business as usual Their important work continues.
This little corner of Dundee, to the south of Ninewells Hospital has a very special place in my heart .
My favourite place is closed!
Dundee was the first place I ever lived on my own and this photo is taken on one of my many adventure walks through the city and up the surrounding hills.
It was a really formative time in my life and Dundee will always hold a special place in my heart.
That powerful feeling as you hit the bridge when returning to Dundee by train. Taken Dec 2019.
Travelling from the Scottish Borders, being driven along the waterfront; the green spaces on one side, the sunlight reflecting off the water on the other. This was my first impression of Dundee.
I soon returned for an interview, hoping to study Computer Art at Abertay University 2007.
When asked why I wanted to come to Dundee I expressed the feeling I got from the city and that view.
I didn't contemplate that particular moment again, having blanked out most of what I said during the interview in high anxiety.
I was told if I obtained a high grade in my resit of Higher English I would probably be accepted without issue, so it was a shock to later receive an unconditional offer to the course.
To my surprise, on meeting the lecturer again, perhaps a year later, they remembered me and my interview. They reminded me of the moment in saying that my keen observation of that beauty was one of the reasons I received my unconditional place.
13 years later Dundee is still my home; this view still evokes an indescribable feeling :]
We like this river because we can throw sticks in it and see how far they go..also we like the sound of the river and it is peaceful.
Love the view over the river from here
Brought Ferry Rose Garden
Great memories of going here with my mum
This is Broughty Ferry Castle and its significant to me as this is where I got married back in 2011.
Due to the weather we were given permission to have the ceremony in the gallery and as far as we know, my husband and I have been the only people to have been married in there.
I am an Occupational Therapist working in mental health. I am also a WRAP facilitator for The Scottish Recovery Network.
As part of my training I had to complete my own WRAP WELLNESS RECOVERY ACTION PLAN.
This incorporates you recognising your triggers and early warning signs and using activities from your wellness tool box to ensure you act swiftly to maintain positive mental health.
Trottick Ponds is my local dog walk area it is my de stress activity after a day at work. It is a beautiful area and one I feel grateful for having although sharing my reflective walks with the increase in people traffic is a source of irritation!
I think a simple silent walk is my best wellness activity and Dundee is lucky to have so much greenspace areas.
Swannie ponds, wether it good or bad times, swannie ponds has different environments.
I like to sit in a particular spot. Theres is not a bench but the grass is shaded, and looks onto to ponds and nature island.
This picture was taken at 8 in the morning. While all the ducks were feeding
Behind the scenes at the Rep with all the Oor Wullies
The day I decided to move my life and my family Dundee
The Unicorn Frigate was built for war, but in July 2018 it became a Love Boat for me when I married my husband Matthias and our families and friends joined us for an incredible day!
This picture of Magdalene Bandstand was taken during the cold snap of 2010 which brought us thundersnow, icebergs in the Tay and a whole lot of disruption. I lived in Newport at the time but this picture perfectly encapsulates the feeling of being the first one out in our street that morning; the snow untouched, an eerie silence, the sky dark and heavy and the smell of more snow on its way. It's also a special picture for me as it was taken by my very talented friend and colleague Viktoria Begg.
Taken by Viktoria Begg and used with her permission.