With the wet weather we’ve been having lately, it’s been very difficult to get out and about without having to get into scuba gear. Today though, the clouds cleared and we actually had sunshine, so I took a trip over to Stratford. I thought that though the water level of the river Avon may be high, there would still be opportunities to wander around the banks of the river by the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. I was correct, for although water levels were only just below the paths, and there was plenty of evidence that the river had flooded over its banks, the river did seem to have receded slightly.
The picture below was taken with the Nikon D800 and the 24-120 f/4.0 lens. It shows part of the old paving stones around the theatre filled with rainwater.