The Fyrish Monument was built in 1782 on Fyrish Hill near Evanton, Easter Ross, on the orders of Sir Hector Munro, a local Laird who had served in India as a general. As the local population were being cleared off their land to make way for sheep, employment was a problem and so it was built to give the locals some work. It represents the Gate of Negapatam, a port in Madras, India, which General Munro took for the British in 1781.
Date: 01 September 2013
Location : Cnoc Fyrish, Evanton, Easter Ross
Canon 5DII, Canon 35mm, f14 1/320s, ISO400
Image reference bw294. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.
AVAILABLE PRODUCTS (more info and price examples on Sales page):
Mounted print, hand titled and signed, within cellophane wrapper - size
9"x6" (mounted A4)
Unmounted print supplied in wide-bore roll tube - sizes:
12"x8" (30 x 20cm)
18"x12" (45 x 30cm)
30" x 20"
(75 x 50cm)
... and other sizes in 3:2 format ratio
Other finishes available, including canvas, acrylic, aluminium, foamboard. Please enquire.