Building on the theme of portraying landscapes of the UK,  particularly Somerset landscapes of rivers and waterways,  these images here show the final passages of the River Brue as it winds its way through its muddy estuary and into the River Parrett and the Bristol Channel at Burnham on Sea.

Originating in the parish of Brewham in Somerset,  it travels 31 miles,  providing an important drainage channel for water from the low lying,  prone to flooding Somerset Levels.