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An extensive area of carved outcrop found to the east of Kenmore and Loch Tay in Perthshire, Scotland.
Discovered in the mid noughties by George Currie during his surveys of the area, the prominent outcrop appears as a knoll, measuring approximately 10x10m. Motifs consist of 100+ cups, many with rings, penannulars, keyholes, oculi and grooves, all scattered about the fractured upper surface. Given the number of motifs, style and signs of superimposition, it’s probably safe to assume there’s more than one phase of carving.
Once completed, the Scotland’s Rock Art Project record for this panel will appear here: https://www.rockart.scot/rock-art-database/?scrapToolsaction=datatools:panel&id=928035B0-88D9-4B37-801F4402324C7A00
Model created from 121 photos captured during a rapid 10 minute hand-held SfM survey in May 2009. The survey was intended for use on Microsoft Photosynth, and a 3 megapixel setting was used. As a result, the imagery wasn’t great and the model surface is rather noisy in parts.