Parts of west London have been affected by flooding after a high tide of 5.4 metres saw the River Thames burst its banks.
Pavements and riverside paths were submerged, according to The Evening Standard.
The water reached the steps and pathways leading to houses in Chiswick and Kew but there have not been any reports of properties being flooded.
Flood warnings were in place along The Thames in the wake of Storm Imogen, which battered parts of the UK in early February.
The flood risk caused the Thames Barrier to be closed for the first time this winter before it was re-opened a few weeks ago.