Back and Forth

The Forth catchment area, split into its two main rivers: the Teith and the Forth. The Teith is by far the larger, with a much bigger catchment (Sourced from SEPA)
The Eas Gobhain flowing west, with the slightly longer and larger Garbh Uisge flowing north. The two gauging stations are marked as orange dots. Although interestingly the two rivers emanate from almost the exactly same place
The farthest point from the sea in the River Forth catchment area, as indicated by the red arrow
The author’s poles poke out from the ground at the spring feeding the very utmost rivulet of the River Forth’s headwaters

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