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Storm exhibit set to commemorate record

Storm photography at the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses.

Storm photography at the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses.

A photography exhibition is set to go up at the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses this week, commemorating the highest wind speed recorded in the UK.

Themed to celebrate the anniversary of the highest wind speed recorded in the country, 142mph, which was also recorded at Kinnaird Head lighthouse on February 13, 1989, the photographs of stormy scenes were taken by local photographers.

Business manager at the North-east museum, Gary Campbell, explained that around 20 photographs were already framed and ready to be hung last week.

“It’s been nice that the local photographic community of the town has got behind it and supported it,” Mr Campbell said.

The exhibition will see further photographs added in a digital picture display, shown in the exhibition room on a television.

All entrants who submitted a photograph for the storm exhibition received free entry to the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses until February 13.

 

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