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Bow Fiddle Rock

near Portknockie, Moray coast This sea arch is said to represent the tip of a fiddle bow, resulting in its name.  It is a nesting place for several species of seabirds. Made of Quartzite rock, the arch is part of a formation along the coast between Buckie and Cullen.  The rock strata slope down to the south as the result of tectonic plates colliding.