British swans

Bombus terrestris Queen or Buff Tailed Bumblebee 13th March 2011 raw footage Worcester uk river flood plain. Description from omnilexica.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Worcester 26.5" Bar Stool - something similar for a double kitchen desk (future homework station)

Black Swans

Swan, Sheffield Park, Sussex, England

Worcester floods #worcester #flood #crazy

This door is over 275 years old ~ Cotswolds, England

A ladder helps a man and a girl keep their feet dry along North Parade in the town of Worcester, which, with the River Severn 16-feet above normal level, is suffering its worst floods for 16 years. 25th January 1960

Lincoln, England

1936 Worcester Massachusetts Webster Square Homes During Flood Press Photo in Collectibles, Photographic Images, Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940) | eBay

Picturesque Cotswolds - Winchcombe, UK

2014 floods #worcester

Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge, England

flooding in UK: Swans swim down a footpath in front of Worcester Cathedral

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Despite a couple of reasonable sunsets, it is going to take something to beat this one from two years ago. A slot appeared in the clouds, and the setting sun beamed through to bring extraordinary colour to the flood. For those who are interested in the floods that happen here, I'll try to explain what goes on. The Severn is said to be England's longest river, but it starts in the Welsh mountains which have a reputation for being a trifle damp... If we have a wet autumn that saturates the ground, and that happens every two or three years, we will usually get floods in the winter. If the rain falls mainly in Wales, about five days later we will typically see minor flooding in Worcester. The area photographed here is just south of Worcester at the point where the river Teme meets the Severn, and is also just a few miles north of where the Avon joins Severn. Basically this is the flood plain doing what nature intended. We are also about 30 miles north of the point where the Severn becomes tidal. The 'perfect storm' happens when it rains heavily in North Wales, Mid Wales and the Midlands so the Severn, Teme and Avon flood at the same time, coupled with a high tide that blocks the waters draining into the Sea. This happens once every 10 or 11 years, and the floods are deep and damaging. Fortunately there has been a lot of effective flood alleviation work in these parts in the last 10 years, which followed the truly horrendous floods in July 2007 that were the result of the wettest summer for almost 300 years when a lot of homes where flooded over a wide area. Thanks for looking! https://www.picturedashboard.com

Despite a couple of reasonable sunsets, it is going to take something to beat this one from two years ago. A slot appeared in the clouds, and the setting sun beamed through to bring extraordinary colour to the flood. For those who are interested in the floods that happen here, I'll try to explain what goes on. The Severn is said to be England's longest river, but it starts in the Welsh mountains which have a reputation for being a trifle damp... If we have a wet autumn that saturat...

Despite a couple of reasonable sunsets, it is going to take something to beat this one from two years ago. A slot appeared in the clouds, and the setting sun beamed through to bring extraordinary colour to the flood. For those who are interested in the floods that happen here, I'll try to explain what goes on. The Severn is said to be England's longest river, but it starts in the Welsh mountains which have a reputation for being a trifle damp... If we have a wet autumn that saturat...

Bakewell, Derbyshire, England

Flood - worcester. These are usually fields

The Rows, Chester - The Rows are continuous half-timbered galleries, reached by steps, which form a second row of shops above those at street level.