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The presence of a series of crofting images in the slide sequence casts a conflicting light on romanticism, for the crofters' residual beliefs and practices straddled the divide between what was perceived as belonging to the past and to the present.
Crofting looks fragile now just as the demand for land reform has become fashionable, and Hunter is back with a new book.
Crofting Commission Chief Executive, Catriona Maclean, commented: The Crofting Commission welcomes the announcement by the Minister today on the next steps in the review of the Croft House Grant Scheme.
Crofting is a major form of income - parts of the island seem to be locked in a time warp of 50 to 60 years ago.
He would not be permitted to behave like this, in the well advanced Crofting Counties, where I come from.
There are also miles of beaches and mountains and the traditional occupations are crofting, fishing and weaving.
In 1991, Charles shocked locals by bringing his own Highgrove veg when he arrived to sample crofting life on the Isle of Berneray.
lThe Queen visits Newbury and sees her Crofting (Dick Hern/Joe Mercer) earn a 25-1 quote for the 1,000 Guineas when winning the fillies' maiden from Quiet Affair.
Crofting is vital to communities, the economy and the environment in Scotland s remote and fragile areas, and generated an estimated revenue of almost Au86 million last year.
There is no point in renewing the land without people living in the crofting villages.
Parliamentarians have been raking in extra cash doing everything from advising drinks firms to crofting, according to research by the Sunday Telegraph.
The singer chose to stay in the tiny crofting village of Elgol, on Skye.
A remote crofting community in the north west of Scotland became the hottest place in the country on the warmest October 27 since records began.