Wednesday, 31 December 2014
Existing on North Rona is one thing; living as a family there is another. Frank Fraser Darling took this photograph of his wife 'Bobbie' and their son, Alasdair, in 1937 while engaged on research about grey seals and their habitat. A BBC item looks at the landscape, their home, and the seals, his livelihood. The Fianuis peninsula (below) to the north of the island would have been the view from their huts, now 77 years ago.
Scottish Islands Explorer - Like living over the shop?