National Geographic : 1956 Jul
(c) National Geographic Photographers B. Anthony Stewart and David S. Boyer (below) 4 One-teacher School at Gordonbush Draws Its Pupils to a Highland Hilltop SA piano accordion sets the rhythm as tartan kilts whirl in the streets of Findhorn, a fishing community of about 500. Facing Moray Firth, the village was twice destroyed, once by shifting sands (page 39) and once by floods. Findhorn now occupies a safer site. Nameless Warriors Fight a Forgotten War on This Timeworn Monolith near Forres Page 37: Sweno's Stone dates from the 10th or 11th century. Carved from sandstone, the monument stands about 20 feet high. In popular belief it commemorates a battle between Scots and Danes, although Sweno was identified by Shakespeare as "the Norways' king."