Allan Wright is an established professional landscape photographer. His passion is for both nature and urban landscapes where he seeks to reveal fleeting and lyrical qualities inherent in these subjects. His work has featured in a catalogue of over 17 books to date, reflecting a life spent working across most of his native Scotland, as well as many international destinations. This latest title derives from Peebles his newfound home in in the Scottish Borders.
Following the mighty River Tweed from near its source to as far east as Yair near Selkirk, this latest selection of images offers a personal reflection of this area. Full of drama, history and character, the landscape and communities of Tweeddale have captivated and inspired him in equal measure, with the more than 150 evocative images in these pages exploring the special nature of this magical part of the Scottish Borders through the seasons.
Foreword by leading Journalist Rich Rowe, a Tweed Valley-based writer and editor.