Wall Clock

Sea Stacks at Duncansby Head

by Roger Wedegis

Available in natural wood, black or white frames, our 10" diameter unique Wall Clocks feature a high-impact plexiglass crystal face and a backside hook for easy hanging. Choose black or white hands to match your wall clock frame and art design choice. Clock sits 1.75" deep and requires 1 AA battery (not included).


Duncansby Head (Coordinates: 58°38′40″N 03°01′28″W Grid reference ND405733) (Gaelic: Rubha Duncansby) is the most north-easterly part of the Scottish mainland, including even the famous John o' Groats, Caithness, Highland.[1] The headland juts into the North Sea, with the Pentland Firth to its north and west and the Moray Firth to its south.
The point is marked by Duncansby Head Lighthouse.
A minor public road leads from John o' Groats to Duncansby Head, which makes Duncansby Head the farthest point by road from Land's End.

Duncansby Stacks, rock pinnacles to the immediate south of Duncansby Head
The Duncansby Head Site of Special Scientific Interest includes the 6.5 km stretch of coast south to Skirza Head. It includes the Duncansby Stacks, prominent sea stacks just off the coast.[2]

landscape nature photography