A series of shocking and haunting photographs of the floods that have devastated Somerset will be on show in London this week as part of Somerset-based The Cider Box's upcoming First Pressings event.
Many of the photos, captured by Matilda Temperley, have been published in papers including The Times, The Daily Mail and The Observer to illustrate the severity of the floods that have washed over Somerset.
As well as being a photographer, Matilda is the sister of fashion designer Alice Temperley and is also the owner of the Somerset Cider Bus, which takes to Glastonbury each year to fuel festival-goers.
We've got a selection of Matilda's flood photographs to show you, which you can see by using the slideshow controls above and right. For the full series, head down to London's Queen of Hoxton on 15 March to attend The Cider Box's event, which also includes food, cider tasting, a film showing, cider discussion and more.
Right: The entire series of Matilda Temperley's monochrome flood photographs will be showcased at The Cider Box event on Saturday.
Right: A man rides a horse through the floods to stay dry.
Right: A cemetary gets completely covered by water, with just the tops of the headstones visible.
Right: Belongings stacked up high out of the water's reach.