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Staff and students relax in the sunshine on the Foresterhill Campus
The sculpture in the photo was created by the Japanese artist Hideo Furuta. The piece is called ‘Breathing’ and was commissioned to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in 1992.
In Japan, cherry blossom is of great public interest due to traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of the flowers, known as hanami. In modern-day Japan, hanami is celebrated by having picnics beneath the cherry blossom. These parties may be held during the day or at night, when the trees are lit with lanterns.
Early morning snow on the Foresterhill Health Campus. The daffodils in the foreground have started to grow again so spring is on the way!
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