The graves of three people were buried in this small enclosure in 1830. They had all died of Cholera and their friends declined to carry them any further for fear … Continue reading Achravole
Not far from Loch Eun, a small fishing loch in Caithness, there used to be an upright stone called ‘Clach Seasaimh’ or ‘the Halt Stone’. A translation of the Gaelic … Continue reading ‘The Halt Stone’
loch Caise in Caithness is a good trout fishing loch. The stream leading from it is known as “the stream of the withered loch”.
Music credit: Radio Scotland, Quay Sessions, 13 February 2020
A film about Dalnawillan Lodge, Caithness. This film is for the Sinclair family. [please note: the road to Dalnawillan Lodge is private and no vehicle access is permitted without the … Continue reading A Liberal patient
This film is for Captain Slater. Music credits: (1) ‘Chasing the Sun’ by James Ross (2) ‘Motets’ – by Johann Sebastian Bach My thanks to Dr Ian Collins The following … Continue reading Captain Slater
Filmed at the Mains of Ulbster with Sian, on Wednesday 5th February 2020. You can read more about John Sinclair of Ulbster (1754-1834) here. This film is for Alexander McCall … Continue reading The Gate of Angels
At 6 ft 9 in long, Ebenezer Place, in Wick, Caithness, is credited by the Guinness Book of Records as being the world’s shortest street. Ebenezer Place is occupied by … Continue reading The world’s shortest street