These were the scenes across the region as floods continued to cause disruption.
Flood warnings remain in place across the West Country as homes across the region suffered further flooding.
Most of the flood warnings are in place in Gloucestershire and Dorset with 10 each, four are in Wiltshire and one in Somerset.
The Environment Agency said it could not rule out levels rising even more although they are playing down the risk of floods similar to those of 2007.
Hundreds of people living on a traveller site in Sandhurst have become stranded and are short of supplies, as a result of flooding.
And with more rain expected this weekend, there is a real concern that the situation could go on for some days.
Elsewhere river levels have been dropping across the day but in places like Longford and Maisemore residents are still facing difficulties getting around.
I think each flood is different and you learn something from each flood. We're not in a 2007 situation, its more like a 2014 situation at the moment.
Bradford upon Avon
On Monday the water was waste deep.
The situation is better than it was yesterday. However, many people here have expressed their sadness over the reality of the flooding and what it has caused. And although this village is used to flooding its never seen anything quite like this.
The one flood warning in place for the Somerset levels is on Curry Moor and Hay Moor which is neighbouring villages like Stoke St Gregory.