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Throughout the undulating terrain of Britain runs an invisible line that acutely divides the country’s rainfall and shapes the landscape we have today.  The British Watershed Line is a reclusive geographical wonder that signifies the point where rainfall will feed the west or the east and eventually flow into either the Atlantic or North Sea.

Jason Bascombe is a landscape photographer based in Bournemouth who photographs with a propensity towards the geography and geology of the land.

Image: © Jason Bascombe