Dunnydeer And Standing Stone

The remains of a stone circle in the foreground and the remains of a castle on the site of a hill fort at Dunnydeer with Bennachie to the right of the picture. Bennachie is believed to be Mont Grampus, named by the Roman Legions that ventured this far North and gives the Grampian Mountains and region their name.

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gerry logan 26 Jun 2008

what a grand but yet plan shot of the landscape such an interesting story line nice work

Artist Reply: Thank you Gerry, I think having a short story line can add to the photograph and try when possible to include a little something. It's something I might try to develop a little more. Regards Andy S

Joanna Jungjohann 25 Jun 2008

a really pretty landscape this is, awesome photograph, Andrew, jo.

Artist Reply: Thank you so much Joanna I really appreciate your kind words and I'm delighted that you enjoy my work. Regards Andy S

Emily Reed 25 Jun 2008

TERRIFIC LANDSCAPE, ANDREW!

Artist Reply: Many thanks Emily. Regards Andy S

Anthony Presley 25 Jun 2008

nice shot

Artist Reply: Thank you Anthony I appreciate your comments. Regards Andy S

Sharon Gonzalez 25 Jun 2008

LOVE THIS SHOT, ANDREW. THE SIMPLICITY OF THE TERRAIN IS GORGEOUS.

Artist Reply: Thanks Sharon I'm really pleased that you love this photo. Regards Andy S