Nigg Pictish cross-slab
Across the waters of the Cromarty Firth from Cromarty lies the parish of Nigg and its fine old parish church. Within the church lies one of the most significant monuments in early medieval Scottish history - the Nigg Pictish cross-slab.
Like the East Church, the Nigg Old Church is run by a group of dedicated volunteers. At Nigg they have been working tirelessly for more than 21 years to have the cross-slab conserved and re-presented. Find out more about it, and the lovely church within which it sits, on the Nigg Old Church website.
This photo was taken by Alan Whiteford, one of the Nigg trustees.