These are the first true set of rapids that are to be found in the young waters of the great River Tweed. They are in the small Scottish Borders village of Tweedsmuir and about 3 miles from the source. The rapids are very impressive when seen in full force. This picture was done using five seperate exposures then overlaying them in a specific software package.
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