An extended period of wet weather is affecting the tourism industry in the South West.
Daily unpredictable downpours since the start of the school holidays mean fewer people are travelling to resorts and campsites in the region.
August is usually the busiest time of year for campsites.
But tourism organisation Visit Cornwall says when the weather is unpredictable campsites struggle because people choose not to book last minute stays.
Instead of 'staycationing', tourists tend to head abroad to seek warmer weather.
The first weekend of the summer holidays was the busiest Bristol Airport has ever seen.
Events across the South West are also being affected by the poor weather.
The annual North Devon show was cancelled because the ground is too wet.
Indoor activities are benefiting from the wet weather, with attractions such as the Blue Reef Aquarium and Wookey Hole caves receiving more visitors.
Despite the issues so far bookings in the West country are said to be steady for the rest of the season.
Business owners will be hoping that the rain doesn't wash away any more of their business.