Spring sunshine at Foresterhill


Spring sunshine at Foresterhill photo

Staff and students relax in the sunshine on the Foresterhill Campus

Snow falls at Foresterhill



Early morning snow on the Foresterhill Health Campus. The daffodils in the foreground have started to grow again so spring is on the way!

Medical Library Team

Enjoying the sunshine at Foresterhill


Summer at Foresterhill

Staff and students enjoy the sunshine outside the new Rowett Research Institute building on the Foresterhill Campus.


Cherry blossom at the Suttie Centre


Cherry blossom outside the Suttie Centre

In Japan, the cherry blossom is of great public interest due to the custom of flower viewing known as hanami. The Japan Meteorological Agency records the opening and full bloom of the blossoms from Kyūshū in late March to Hokkaidō in the middle of May. The advancing front is also the subject of regular reports by the major news agencies.

Blue skies and spring daffodils



Daffodils in bloom
Daffodils in bloom outside Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with the Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare behind. The daffodil is the national flower of Wales, and is worn on St David’s Day each 1 March. (In Welsh, the daffodil is known as “Peter‘s Leek”, cenhinen Bedr/Cenin pedr.)