Bow Fiddle Rock
The locally famous landmark of the Bow Fiddle Rock is a kind of icon of the Moray coast. On the eastern edge of Portknockie - and visible from Cullen - the Bow Fiddle is formed of quartzite rock. The sea has eroded it to form a sloping arch offshore. It can be safely viewed from the coastal cliffs and also at sea-level.
Please note - this print will reach you in a simple white A3 (approx 41cm x 51cm) frame - the aperture is 28cmx38cm. The print will be ready to hang.