The Northern Rivers are a natural rain-forest and basin, leading to consistent flooding every 1-3 years.

These images were taken during the floods (plural) of 2013. These floods were not severe in comparison to previous floods in the region.

I happened to have lived on one of the hills of Bexhill, giving me 360 views.

These photos (and others) have been published online and in print in all the regional papers.
You can see all photos HERE and HERE.

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Bexhill has frequently been an almost deadly area for floods, with the waters often appearing treversable but are not. This was a not a large flood, so motorists could cross, but people have been rescued from sinking cars in past.

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The river itself, often sitting about 10m below the bridge i was standing on.

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Corndale Lake

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