img_5049.jpg…this is a stunningly high tide which is about two foot higher than normal high tides – this is an M&S High Tide.

This is a section of riverside path near where I live earlier this afternoon.

img_5051.jpg

NEWSLETTER

Be the first to know what's on in London, and the latest news published on ianVisits.

You can unsubscribe at any time from my weekly emails.

SUPPORT THIS WEBSITE

This website has been running now for just over a decade, and while advertising revenue contributes to funding the website, but doesn't cover the costs. That is why I have set up a facility with DonorBox where you can contribute to the costs of the website and time invested in writing and research for the news articles.

It's very similar to the way The Guardian and many smaller websites are now seeking to generate an income in the face of rising costs and declining advertising.

Whether its a one-off donation or a regular giver, every additional support goes a long way to covering the running costs of this website, and keeping you regularly topped up doses of Londony news and facts.

If you like what your read on here, then please support the website here.

Thank you

2 comments
  1. Steve J says:

    Cool. I noticed from Waterloo Bride this afternoon that the tide was lapping against the rings in the lion’s noses on the Embankment alongside Somerset House. Don’t think I’ve ever seen it this high. Hope the Barrier is shut tonight.

  2. IanVisits says:

    An old pier nearby was partially submerged at the end where the boats would have lined up.

    Wet feet moment.

Home >> News >> Miscellaneous