Suisnish, Isle of Skye.
Much has been written about the Highland Clearances, that less-than-salubrious period in Scottish history, between the mid 18th century and the late 19th century, when the demand for Scottish wool, and the resultant price surge, resulted in land owners (usually the Clan Chiefs) considering that their land would be more profitably populated by sheep than by people. Entire villages were cleared, with the backing of the law, and the populations forcibly shipped off to Nova Scotia and suchlike.
Suisnish, on the southern tip of the Strathaird Peninsula in Skye, was one such village and, in common with many other villages that were cleared at that time, all that remains are the bare foundations of the buildings.
The building shown is from a later period but, with the obvious exception of the corrugated iron roof, is not dissimilar to the original buildings and harks back to the lifestyle of a bygone era.