Shelter Stone Crag

Shelter Stone Crag

The south-western end of Loch Avon, in the Cairngorm Mountains, is over-looked by the dramatic Shelter Stone Crag. It is named after a massive boulder that lies at its foot, at the bottom of the light area in the painting. The rock is positioned in such a way that there is a large cavity beneath it, which can be been used as an overnight shelter for travellers in this remote area.

Watercolour

25 x 36 cm

£240