The Craw Stane, a 'Class I Pictish Symbol Stone', located to the south of the village of Rhynie in Aberdeenshire. This stone has a salmon and Kelpie (water elephant/Pictish beast) carved on it, however these are difficult to make out in this photo due to lichen growth.
The Picts are known chiefly for their elaborately but regularly decorated memorial stones found in profusion throughout eastern Scotland from Shetland to the Firth of Forth. However, much more is actually known about them than that.
Pictish stone in the grounds of Elgin Cathedral, Scotland
Pictish boat: St Orland's Stone - Hmmm... I wonder what the significance of the cut-out is....
Albemarle Sperpent Stone showing serpent, double disc and Z-rod, and the mirror and comb. Picts were a group of Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in eastern/northern Scotland. Known from the geographical distribution of brochs, Brythonic place name elements, and Pictish stones. In written records from before the Roman conquest of Britain to the 10th century.