The Bow Fiddle Rock is so called because it resembles the very tip of a bow. It was formed by erosion of a rock called Cullen Quartzite. This is one of many different quartzites found in Scotland.
Love it, very nice BW
11 Jul 2019 5:11am
11 Jul 2019 5:12am
Superb rock ! excellent image in BW !
11 Jul 2019 5:39am
11 Jul 2019 6:01am
Beautiful B&W shot ! Love it ! Well done !
11 Jul 2019 7:17am
Intéressante forme comme un visage échoué
11 Jul 2019 7:28am
Très belle photo
11 Jul 2019 12:15pm
12 Jul 2019 6:50pm
& Congratulations! :)
12 Jul 2019 8:32pm
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13 Jul 2019 7:46am
Congrats !a place i know pretty well
13 Jul 2019 8:50am
Very beautiful ! Congratulations on your Spotlight !
13 Jul 2019 9:02am
13 Jul 2019 12:58pm
Congratulations on your SPOTLIGHT!
13 Jul 2019 1:11pm
Congratulations on the spotlight.
13 Jul 2019 1:37pm
Thanks a lot everyone!!!
14 Jul 2019 10:57am
Wonderful work and an excellent capture! Congrats.
Love the sharp Dof and the slow speed shutter behind.
8 Aug 2019 12:37pm
Beautiful BnW landscape! Congratulations.
24 Aug 2019 4:30am
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