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  Bow Fiddle Rock , Portknockie, Moray
by stevezero

Bow fiddle rock, is a natural phenomonen located just off the ciliffs in the sea near near Portknockie.
It is a natural arch created as the result of the erosion of a sea cliff. It is about 17m high.
It gets its name from its supposed likeness to a fiffler's bow. Personally I think it looks more like a pelican.

Just off the A942, near the village of Portknockie, Moray. NE Scotland.

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  • Written Apr 10, 2005
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