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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Higher Water

Higher Water
Higher Water, a photo by lincoln_eye on Flickr.

Water levels seem to be higher today than during the last deluge in late November.

The sunny weather won't last either, more rain is forecast for tomorrow.

In this photo are Wagamama restaurant (right) and waterfront eateries, bars and cafes (left).

Brayford Pool, Lincoln.

Water Creeping Higher
Water Creeping Higher, a photo by lincoln_eye on Flickr.

The water is definitely higher on those boat ramps.

Brayford Pool, Lincoln.

No Step
No Step, a photo by lincoln_eye on Flickr.

Usually, you have to step down to get onto the water.

Brayford Pool, Lincoln.

Wet Ground
Wet Ground, a photo by lincoln_eye on Flickr.

South Common, Lincoln.


  1. Hi there, hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. The water levels here do look a bit scary high, especially as you're just at the beginning of winter. I wonder if Wagamama's is getting a bit anxious? We have a Wagamama here in Perth also, haven't been though. We're the complete opposite here, very tight water restrictions, if only hey!

    1. Christmas and New Year was very good thanks.

      I didn't realise Wagamama was an international chain. They certainly were anxious - the restaurant itself is well above the water line but that huge puddle on the left of the top picture created a moat at Wagamama's entrance. No worries: they'd created a long wooden drawbridge when I walked past that day!


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