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Beach Gallery 17m
An art chat about a watercolour painting of a Herring Gull in the Shoreline Birds exhibition at Beach Gallery, Hoy, Orkney via
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Pedro Williamez 41m
Ah...Orkney, the 10 minute walk from wur hoose to Newark Bay Deerness.
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Alan Mackinnon 1h
Mesmerising murmuration at Cantick Head Lighthouse
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orkney.com 12h
Who wants a walk on this beach in 🙋 🏖️ 😍
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Leslie Burgher 23h
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Sanday Ranger Jun 16
Now who would use a hole like this? In Sanday, you can find these along road verges, in fields of long grass, along coastal edges and throughout machair. Any idea what makes them? Come back later to find out!
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VisitScotland Apr 17
⚠️ Warning... You're about to fall in love with ! 😍🙌 🎥
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Alan Mackinnon Jun 15
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Historic Scotland Apr 18
Skara Brae, Maeshowe, the Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar together make up the Heart of Neolithic Orkney, one of Scoltland's six World Heritage Sites. Have you visited?
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 May 19
"ReFLEX will link together local electricity generation, transport as well as heat networks through a digital interface that will is part of the "
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Orkney Clips May 28
Today 29.5.19 marks one year since I relocated to Orkney. I’ve made new friends, visited many of the islands and seen rather a lot of birds. Thank you .
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Alan Mackinnon Jun 12
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Apr 20
More coverage on ’s impressive energy feats and the new REFLEX projects to creative a futuristic electricity grid ⚡️ Thanks for adding to the conversation ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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Sanday Ranger 23h
Who guessed Orkney Vole in the quiz???? Endemic to Orkney, our Sanday Vole is very special indeed & even a subspecies unique to Sanday! They also have a liking for apple!
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Sam Lawrie May 7
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David Jun 1
I ❤ living where I live. Pilot Whales in Kirkwall harbour earlier this morning. To give perspective, the main shopping street, bars etc approx 100 metres away.
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JP Orkney Jun 15
We have lovely new labels for our produce! They're printed on recycled paper and will look fab on the jars and packets. We're so happy with the response to our food range so far, thanks for all your kind words.
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Travels with a Kilt Jan 26
When it comes to island history, I think Orkney may have the gold medal!
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Alan Mackinnon Jun 10
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orkney.com Jun 3
Ancient stones and an sunset - is this the perfect combination? 😍 📷 by
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