Matthew Brazier Photography | Watershed
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The Potomac River watershed spans the central section of the larger, Chesapeake Bay watershed in the Eastern United States. A diverse range of tributaries feeds the system including the Shenandoah River which drains the rural, green valleys on the west side of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and urban waterways such as the Anacostia River and Rock Creek which are under constant threat of pollution and contamination. This series documents the current state of the system, the native fauna and flora which inhabit the area, the efforts being made to restore the beauty and ecology of the area, and the strain our presence puts on this complex ecosystem.