Bow Fiddle Rock by Martin Slowey
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The Bow Fiddle Rock is a famous formation on the Moray Firth coastline on the North East of Scotland. Apparently the rock gets its name from the fiddle shape, which is the result of relentless bombardment of the elements from the North Sea.

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scotland, seascape, long exposure, rock formation, moray firth, bow fiddle rock

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  • Michael Marten
    Michael Martenalmost 5 years ago

    great tones

  • Thanks Michael … the B&W conversion was not quite as easy asI thought it would be.

    – Martin Slowey

  • joreykiva
    joreykivaalmost 5 years ago

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