Morecambe Bay has some of the finest sunsets in the world, according to the owner of a local fish and chip shop.
I’m inclined to take him at his word, certainly the vast expanse of sand at low tide takes the breath away.
Its a perfect stage set for the light.
We didn’t have time to hang around until the clouds took on the promised fruit salad colours of peach, cherry and gold –
– but did catch the end of a silver grey day among the scudding clouds.
I like to fill in idle chinks of time on holiday watching the world go by – and picking out moments with a camera. Not knowing the area, didn’t realize this was the set down point for the local ferry in Fleetwood. The passing gull was a Father Ted moment.
For those with nothing better to do than watch ferries. Or write a novel.
Lesser black backed gull taking a stroll on the sea wall at Fleetwood, nr Blackpool….with one eye on our pork pie….