The proposed new riverside artwork for Inverness - a replacement for the controversial 'tilting pier' project that was scrapped two years ago - has been unveiled.
Artists Sans facon and OSA unveiled their design - two curved walls on either side of the River Ness at the Little Isle Pool, Fisherman's Car park - this morning.
Tristan Surtees of Sans facon said the work aimed to "complement the river and people's relationship to it, to frame and invite others to appreciate it."
For more details see tomorrow's Inverness Courier.
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