PRINT GIVEAWAY // I’ve teamed up with good friend @tk_north and @photomart.pro.lab to do a huge print giveway for you guys! We’ll be giving away a total of 6 prints, you and a friend have the chance to win one of the following prizes.
1st Place: 8×12" (20x30cm) Metallic Framed Canvas each
2nd Place: 12"x18" (30x45cm) Premium Metallic Print each
This tower is one of two towers of the Irish Celtic type remaining in Scotland. It was likely built in the later 11th Century. The ground around the tower has been raised more recently and in the past there would have been a rope ladder leading up to the door, which could be pulled up to protect the people inside in case of an attack. The village of Abernethy was once the centre of a Pictish kingdom, who used the nearby Iron Age hill-fort ‘Castle Law’, which you can see from the top of the tower. Later on it was the seat of the Celtic Bishopric. Leaning against the tower is a Pictish stone and next to it hangs an iron collar, which was used to publicly shame people for wrong-doings.