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Mormond Hill White Horse

Through this overpass is The Mormond Hill White Horse, located on the hills near Strichen in Scotland.

The Mormond Hill White Horse is made from white quartz that has been placed into position to make the shape, and is believed to have been carved into the hillside in 1773, possibly to record the visit of Dr Johnson and James Boswell that year


The Dyce Symbol Stones are a collection of Pictish and Early Medieval sculptured stones that are housed in a shelter in the ruined St Fergus's Chapel, Dyce, Aberdeen, Scotland. The entire area feels so very calm and serene. ~ Bella
As I began my road trip around part of Scotland's NC 500, I started by visiting Cromarty and the Cromarty Lighthouse. The original Cromarty Lighthouse was built in 1828 by engineer Robert Stevenson, who was a member of the famous Stevenson lighthouse engineering family.

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