This carving sits on hills to the south of Kenmore, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, overlooking Loch Tay to the west. It's carved in the cup and ring tradition, although some design elements are similar to passage grave art found in Eire. The markings are fairly shallow and barely visible in some light, with lichen hiding most motifs towards the top of the stone. Turf coverage has protected the stones bottom half from the ravages of the weather, and some tooling marks can be seen in this area (turf now replaced). The size and shape of the stone, along with the lightly pecked motif could possibly hint at a cist cover (speculative). Its likely to date from the late Neolithic to early Bronze Age (6000-4000yrs ago).
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A still from a photogrammetric model has also been incorporated - this shows the areas of carving in greater detail.