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Bow Fiddle Rock


A natural sea arch near Portknockie on the north-eastern coast of Scotland. It is so called because it resembles the tip of a fiddle bow. It is 15 metres high and is composed of Quartzite, a metamorphic rock which was originally quartz sandstone.


The rock formation is both a tourist attraction and nesting place for sea birds including herring gulls, great black-backed gulls and lesser black-backed gulls.




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Acrylic paint was used to create this piece

Size: 20" x 10" (Framed only)

Bow Fiddle Rock

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