Invergordon Museum

Choose one building typology and create a response through photography. Create a grid and compose your final selection of 36 to create a grid of 6 x 6 photos.

Invergordon is a small town in the North of Scotland and is where I lived for eighteen years. It is a coastal town which greets many tourists who arrive on cruise liners. The museum opens as a tourist destination when ships arrive in the summer months. This building holds a number of memories for me as I used to sometimes used to visit with  my Dad when he used to work there. It was interesting to visit again and see the changes that have taken place since I last visited years ago. Invergordon was used as a naval base in WW1 and WW2 because of its deep port. I decided to concentrate on the objects within the building and was happy to learn other historical aspects of the town’s heritage whilst taking photographs.

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