This photo is part of Gideon Mendel's Drowning World photo project. It focuses on climate change and flooding in various countries. This pic: Chinta and Samundri Davi Salempur Village, Bihar India August 2007
Drowning World is a new exhibition and global photography project by artist Gideon Mendel. In Mendel began documenting major scenes of flood devastation all over the world, a project which has taken him from the UK to Pakistan, Australia and Thailand.
These Flood Photos Remind Us Of The Devastating Force Of Nature
Flood water fills the High Street on February 2014 in Datchet, England.The Environment Agency continues to issue severe flood warnings for a number of areas on the river Thames in the commuter belt west of London.
Drowning world: a unique series of portraits of flood victims taken within the context of their environmental devastation. Covering the major recent floods in the UK, India, Haiti, Pakistan, Australia and Thailand. By Gideon Mendel