There's been a huge amount of water around the South West recently. Thankfully Exeter has been lucky and the city's flood defenses have held. The river is still high though with the weir and flood overflow near our flat still pretty much full. So, this week I thought I'd share a few pictures of the power of water.
|The river Exe high against nearby gardens|
|Foamy waters beneath the weir, whose normal drop of a few feet between water levels has become only a few inches|
|A small wood that is slowly rising out of the flood waters again, we saw a little egret happily fishing and some snow drops reaching up out of the pools|
|The flood channel, doing exactly what it should|
|A weir in wet times, a nice path across the grass in dry ones. It's amazing how weather can change the local area|