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Foyers Falls, South Loch Ness (Credit: Visit Inverness Loch Ness)
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Falls of Foyers

By Lexie Cameron

Journey Stone tribute to the Falls of Foyers, Inverness
Image provided by Lexie Cameron

My granny encouraged me to add a journey stone to this project. I’m 13 yrs old and enjoy crafts and showing my Highland Cattle

Many thanks to Lexie Cameron for sharing with us the story behind her journey stone, created as part of the Tapestry of the Highlands and Islands.


Prior to the beginning of the stitching of each tapestry panel, each stitcher of the Tapestry of the Highlands and Islands was tasked with telling their interpretation of the 'Spirit of the Highlands and Islands' within a blank outline of a stone. The possibilities were truly endless - is it represented in the land? The people? A historical site? A favourite memory?

In any case, each journey stone represents the connection between each individual stitcher, their story, and their own sense, or 'spirit', of place. Discover more of the stories behind the journey stones of the Tapestry of the Highlands and Islands here.