A five minute walk downstream from Rothbury, along the tree lined pathway called “Lovers’ Walk”, The River Coquet takes on a whole new personality at The Thrum. Here the slow, meandering river is forced through a narrow gorge, causing the placid water to pick up speed and become an urgent tumbling torrent. It’s a place of noisy cascades, deep, dark shadows and bright reflected sunlight. The relentless water has scoured and sculpted the submerged rock into scalloped frills. For generations people have carved their names into the exposed rocks, creating a palimpsest of Northumbrian surnames.
Printed with a white border, on a heavy duty matt paper. Shipped flat, without mount, ready to frame.