Aerial photos: Gloucestershire (DSCN0821)

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2007-07-24: Nikon Coolpix 8400; Cessna 152 G-BFEK

Gloucestershire floods 2007. Looking out to starboard (north) above Wainlode Hill (lower centre) towards Bredon Hill (upper centre). The sinuous course of the Severn is visible only by the lines of vegetation along its banks. The diagonal line of trees in the water across the centre of the picture marks the course of the disused Coombe Hill Canal, from the Severn at lower left to Coombe Hill upper right. Another line of trees across the flooded area at the left marks the B4213 road across Haw Bridge. In the distance is the confluence of the Severn and the Avon.

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