You would be amazed at what can be done from a croft in the Outer Hebrides.
Imagine 20,000 copies of a full colour hardback book, twenty-three tonnes deadweight, crossing the Pacific on the good ship Mette Maersk, bound for Oakland, California. The photographs in the book were shot on Inishmore, Aran Islands; the book was printed in Hong Kong, and the entire consignment was bought by a US publisher based in Colorado. The scenario could not be more international, yet the book was written, designed and produced on a croft in Gress, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. From that croft the Windfall Press can produce any type of publication, in any quantity, and get it delivered almost anywhere in the world
Shooting the nets on the Home Rule III Robbie Neish