For the last 20 years Brian Sweeney has been building a collection of the most remote football pitches in the world. It started in 1995 when Brian was living in Iceland, and over the course of 5 years, he began attending local football games, seeing small towns coming together over not only football but a sense of community.
Returning to Scotland Brian dived into his support of longtime team Albion Rovers. On Saturdays he began to follow Albion to the remote edges of Scotland, finding the football pitches that would bring entire towns to their edge.
With a population of 143 and a single road, Eriskay is one such town that can lay claim to a breathtakingly remote pitch (that is very easy to lose footballs on).
FIFA, the world body for professional football, didn't seem to mind, deeming it one of eight of 'the most remarkable places to play football in the world'.
Followed by his dutiful dog, Albion, Brian has no plans to stop finding and photographing these remarkable monuments to football, making it his duty to go to the edges of Scotland and beyond.
Another reason why we're proud to say that Brian helped us develop our first ever camera carry - the Bannoch Messenger. Photography has been his life, and he's willing to travel the length and breadth of the world for it.
One of the most recognisable prints in Scotland, Emily Mackenzie's "50 Shades of Scotland" print manages to pick 50 simple shades from this beautiful country, and transforms them into a journey through Scottish history, and Scottish culture.
We caught up with Emily and asked her about her hometown of Edinburgh, and for her advice on how to make the most of being an artist in the city.
The Edinburgh Royal Botanic Gardens is the green and growing heart of Edinburgh. Big enough to spend the day in, it's the perfect place to take a packed lunch and try to get lost among the trees.
If it's a little too far for you to visit, then here's a little tour from our most recent visit to the Gardens.