It started with a cancelled train journey from New Cross Gate to London Bridge in early January of this year and finished after six months of exploring the Farms and woodlands in Surrey and Greater London.

Floods and storms bought chaos to England this winter fallen trees had brought the Southern Railway network to a standstill.

The Floods slowly evaporated and most of the problem trees were removed within days but many still lay where they had fallen.

These images document part of the after effect of the record-breaking storms that hit England and Wales this winter. 

The combination of heavy rainfall and high winds caused the uprooting of several hundred trees across the Country especially in the South of England where these photographers were taken.

The images depict the impact of freak weather patterns and raise questions about the possible links to global warming and its long-term effect on the landscape.

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