Around 40 cars were stranded by a high tide at a beachside car park in North Wales.
A rescue team and North Wales Police were called to the site at Talacre, Flinshire after the nine-metre high tide peaked, submerging the vehicles.
Most of the cars were able to drive away once the tide went down.
Steve Jones, Chief Officer (streetscene and transportation) for Flintshire Council, told the Daily Post: "The beach is subject to flooding during high tides and there are signs on the approach to the beach warning the public and advising that parking is at owners' risk."
Natural Resources Wales had earlier issued three flood warnings and four flood alerts for the Wye Valley, the village of Crofty in north Gower, Usk estuary, and the south Wales coast from Aberthaw to the Severn Bridge.