A portfolio of work dedicated to nearly two years of photography of the Whiteadder Water in the Scottish Borders, from the fall of 2016 to the present. A selection of the most stunning panoramics that have been collected from around 20,000 hi-resolution photographs. (Camera: Nikon D5200 DSLR).
Spanning all four seasons, the photography focuses on the length of the river that passes by the village of Paxton with particular emphasis on the well known rock feature(s) that are of significant geological interest owing to the unusual angles they sit at. A great diversity of stones and rock types can also be found along the river bed further making this unique river a remarkable treasure trove of petrological curiosity.
.The beautiful, untouched nature of the river also provides a natural habitat for an incredible diversity of wildlife.