There's a storm going on. Winds may be less hard than some days ago, but there's water everywhere, falling down from a dark sky and flying up from an angry sea.
Where there are ditches, these are full of water, some of it pouring over the fields and the roads.
If this wheather will last, the landscape will be like back in the early 1990's when roads were partly under water for a long time.
A lot of work has been done since that time to avoid floodings, but Saturday I saw water at the usual old places again.
In Fecamp a man drowned one night. That's at least what I've been told. I suppose it was in the sea, as he was said to have wanted to go for a nightly swim.
I deplore the poor quality of the second photo. It was already rather dark, and we didn't stop to take the picture, but you can see that there's a lot of water on the road.