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Crowmarsh Gifford
England

The river Thames during the November 2012 flood. Looking over the submerged water meadow downstream from Wallingford bridge on the A4130 between Crowmarsh Gifford and Wallingford.

Copyright: Rob Bowker
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Resolution: 4000x2000
Taken: 29/11/2012
Uploaded: 29/11/2012
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: flood; thames; meadow; bridge; trees; water; wallingford; winter; river; crowmarsh gifford
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