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This photo of a high tide in late 2013 shows floating marine infrastructure almost at its maximum range. Photos like this help will help ensure planning accounts for what is needed in the future when sea levels change.

This photo of a high tide in late 2013 shows floating marine infrastructure almost at its maximum range. Photos like this help will help ensure planning accounts for what is needed in the future when sea levels change.

There are few things so simple as a photographic record to supply powerful data. Photos allow researchers and analysts to gain information for a multitude of reasons even beyond those originally planned. Currently the King Tide initiative requires your photos to show how changing sea levels could impact our coastlines, infrastructure, parks and places in the future.. But we anticipate your photos will also become a database of evidence enabling planners, policy makers and ecologists to look back on what decisions we make now and how they protected, enhanced or impacted todays coastal environments.

You can share your pictures by either loading them direct using the form on this website or via our social media channels.

So by sharing your photos with us not only are you helping build information to help us plan today but you are also leaving a legacy of information that can help ensure our coastal regions are looked after and planned for into the future. So thanks.