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Somerset Levels

By Mozzytheboy
Been a terrible time for somerset Level dwellers this year and even villages close by have been affected. It sure is sad times. Just a stone's throw from where I live is the end of the flooded levels. Miles and miles away in the opposite direction is the other end and of course it is miles across as well. Where we normally walk on green fields, all we see is water water water. This one caught my eye while out getting some fresh air in-between yet more rain.

We are also moving up to Lincolnshire so been busy with four piles. 1. Keep-it 2. Recycling Depot 3. Charity Shop 4. Bonfire. Need to exchange contracts BUT we AL KNOW how long the legal people take ...sigh. Only us and the buyers they are in rented and we are going into rented. Should be a done deal in days not weeks Sad

Tags: General Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: NDODS, gwynn56, PhilT2 and 22 more


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NDODS 10 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2014 3:36PM
A worrying sight but a great image.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Mavis 19 143 2 England
24 Feb 2014 3:53PM
Looks like a scene from some Movie. Awful to think of all the people still suffering .
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2014 4:10PM
Just think my son has to drive to work through these conditions every day. Thanks for sharing Mozzy.
Peter.
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2014 4:29PM
yes .... well wet
know what you mean about the move
head up ... you can do it (eventually)
24 Feb 2014 7:04PM
Great shot and all too common a site at the moment.
Fortunately not like this over in Glastonbury but drive round this every day going to Wellington
Paul
Mozzytheboy 10 710 4 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2014 7:22PM

Quote:Great shot and all too common a site at the moment.
Fortunately not like this over in Glastonbury but drive round this every day going to Wellington
Paul



Off over your way Paul tomorrow; making a visit to get the car fixed; be nice to leave the floods behind for a few hours Smile

Mozzy
1 Mar 2014 10:16PM
Great image from an area in a terrible state.
Good luck with the move

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