In an ealier post I mentioned a stone circle that I had spotted on a trip to Glenfinnan. It was such an unusual thing to come across that I had to stop and take a closer look.
Located on land beside Kilmallie Hall in Corpach, on the A830 between Glenfinnan and Fort William, it's a modern circle of rocks from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland recording the history of Scotland from 3,125 million to 55 million years ago.
Each stone is labelled and comes from a different area and is intended to highlight the geodiversity of the region.
More information on the circle can be found here.