If the Highlands are remote, where exactly are we remote from? - Prof David Worthington

Phopachy on the Beauly Firth, home to James Fraser, a minister and scholar, who left the village to "seek the universe" in the mid-1600s. The Highlands might often be thought of as remote but history shows us that its people have long sought worldwide connections and inspiration. PIC: David Worthington.

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