Somerset Levels. by jayfar ()
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Some of the flooding on the Levels. The bridge is a road over the railway - some of you will have seen a train stopped on the line because of the floods.
Tara inspired me to post this with her post today.
This pic will zoom.
Image Comments (28)
SunriseGirl () 2:42AM | Sat, 08 March 2014
How long do they expect this flooding/high water to continue? Well done shot by the way. :)
RaykesPictures () 2:58AM | Sat, 08 March 2014
I like this one, depth is made by the layers of things across the image.
durleybeachbum () 3:22AM | Sat, 08 March 2014
A beautiful photo. It's good that the water is dropping at last.
dochtersions () 10:28AM | Sat, 08 March 2014
Zoom is impressive, there is so much to see. These willows are so well defined in a row, and what much water. So wide is the sight, it's a beautiful picture, Tara did so well to encourage you, Jeff.
pat40 () 11:42AM | Sat, 08 March 2014
Lovely Jeff. we were close to the floods today. we never park in the car park at Branscombe , we walk over from Weston. the coffee is dear enough in the cafe
helanker () 12:32PM | Sat, 08 March 2014
WOW What a flood that is. !! I hope it will be over soon. Excellent capture though.
sandra46 () 5:41PM | Sat, 08 March 2014
IMPRESSIVE SHOT. IT HAPPENED SOMETHING LIKE THAT IN OUR AREA ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO
danapommet () 9:49PM | Sat, 08 March 2014
A beautiful capture Jeff and it does look like the water levels are receding!
kgb224 () 1:57AM | Sun, 09 March 2014
Superb capture my friend. More rain is predicted for the rest orf the week. God bless.
Maxidyne () 7:31AM | Sun, 09 March 2014
Although it's a lovely scene it's very worrying. We've had a few close calls here too. Stay safe and dry Jeff :)
Hendesse () 12:22PM | Sun, 09 March 2014
An great and interesting shot Jeff. It will take a while until the water is back to normal level.
Julz1972 () 5:08AM | Mon, 10 March 2014
One of my favourite bridges, just love how the red brick stands out.
anmes () 4:34PM | Tue, 11 March 2014
A fine capture of a desperate situation....the row of small trees is wonderful
debbielove () 8:23AM | Thu, 13 March 2014
I read today that young Ozzy Osbournes abode has £3000,000's of damage because of flooding.. Sure he can manage that but bummer! Glad it starting to dry out, great shot mate! Rob
blondeblurr () 10:02AM | Fri, 14 March 2014
You do live in a beautiful country, despite the shortcomings of tragic times, when the weather is beyond our control ... this is testimony of such haunting places - it has lots of appeal ... BB BTW - all your floral posts of the last few weeks are simply marvellous Jeff !