Dark Waters

Our rivers and falls shape landscapes and lives. A quiet beck in June becomes a raging torrent in January; river banks erode; boulders no human could lift are are moved with ease; trees are uprooted and sent downstream. Over great periods of time, a waterfall can erode rock by degrees, its position slowly moving upstream.

Dark Waters will evolve over time, showcasing the power and transformative effect of places that are at once beautiful and broodingly menacing.


From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
Upper Thomasson Foss detail. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.

From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. Upper Thomasson Foss detail. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson. From the Dark Waters series by Tim Pearson.
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