Scotland has been called a small country with a big story and among its varied riches must be the extraordinary number of surprising, curious, unexpected, odd places that occut from Muckle Flugga to the Mull of Galloway. Nobody knows its length and breadth better than author, lecturer and photographer Hamish Brown and from his decades of wandering he has stitched together this first collection of sites and sights to intrigue visitors. Furniture made of coal, monster-sized iris, a challenging via ferrata, a milestone showing 0 miles, a half-buried eco-house made of tyres, a church that flitted from one town to another, a home with walls covered in shells, and a cross-dressing student tradition in St Andrews are typical, from Hamish s local Fife area alone, yet this collection takes in the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland and every corner of the Highlands and Lowlands. Wherever you live, wherever you travel, this book is a must for the curious traveller.
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