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November has been a short month, yet so much has happened in little time—from planning a last minute trip to Estonia to learn and experience firsthand the various generations of soviet architecture that the country is built on—to biking through Scotland’s countryside in the norther Highlands—to hiking along the eastern coast to catch a glimpse of one of the country’s most ruinous castles at sunset— this month has been a bit of a whirlwind. At Uni, the phrase, “back in the Bourdon” has been something I have heard a lot of recently as we have yet again moved our studios, but this time into the actual architecture building. With just less than a month left abroad, I have some exciting places to see lined up, but until then, here are some highlights from Estonia, Scotland, and some coffee—just for kicks.

Cappuccino at Kember + Jones, Glasgow

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Chanonry Point Lighthouse, Scotland

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Inverness

top: Avoch Harbour + The North Sea middle: grazing sheep, Inver ness above: Caledonian Canal left: sketch of Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

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left: tenement doors, Aberdeen middle: Stonehaven Harbour below: Girdle Ness Lighthouse bottom: Dunnottar Castle

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King’s College Chapel, University of Aberdeen

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Estonia

Ta l l i n n | Ta r t u

top: Old Town Tallinn middle: street sketch, Tartu left: doors throughout Estonia

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St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tallinn

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above: Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Tall inn right: street sketch, Old Town Tallinn below: Tartu Town Hall

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Cappuccino at The Steamie, Glasgow

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