Whisky lovers will feel right at home in Findhorn's barrel houses.
Made from giant whisky vats this home -- one of five at the famous Scottish ecovillage -- was the first permanent dwelling to be erected back in 1986.
Once the site of a caravan park, the ecovillage is now the home for 500 permanent residents with houses of all shapes and sizes but with one common theme -- sustainabilty.
The Findhorn Foundation has been educating people in the art of living in harmony with nature for more than five decades.
The "Living Machine" -- a biological waste water treatment plant -- helps keep the environmental impact to a minimum.
Wind turbines also provide 20% of the community's energy needs.
"When we bought the caravan park the object was to create a place which would live its life in harmony with the planet as a whole," says Roger Douda, creator of the first whisky house at Findhorn.