Kent Floods. Again!
Drama always creates interest.
There of course are scales to the level of a dramatic event, but the more serious, generally the more dramatic the photography.
The South East of England has suffered twice in the last month with a huge amount of rainful over a very short period of time. The River Medway in Kent flooded its banks on both occasions causing damage to homes, shops, offices and a supermarket whilst causing travel chaos. During the second flooding I had a free weekend and was able to get out and shoot the drama.
Here are a selection of my images from Penshurst, Leigh and Tonbridge which are all within a ten minute drive from my home in Tunbridge Wells.
Keywords: 2014, Flooding, Grey2Black, Kent, Leigh, News, Penshurst, Personal Project, Photography, Reportage, Sussex, Tonbridge, Tony Rogers, UK, damage, drama, flood water
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