One minute in the life of Little Loch Shin in the village of Lairg, Sutherland, featuring the Broon's Hoose, inspired by the holiday cottage owned by the Sunday Post's favourite family. Originally part of a float made for the annual gala week several years ago, it reappeared on an island in the loch, and is regularly refurbished. I was told it once enjoyed a conservatory and a satellite dish, although these were later removed because they contravened planning regulations. When the level of the loch rises it is often submerged and there is an ongoing battle for compensation. Every Christmas it is decorated with lights.
Wednesday 29 October 2014. Shot with a Kodak Zi8 with binaural stereo microphones. From Scottish Minutes (vimeo.com/album/1704803) - an ongoing series of one-minute films dwelling on the sights and sounds of a Scotland that often slips along unnoticed.