This week’s OddBall is the Sea Ogre at Sunset. The Sea Ogre is one of the characters in the children’s book “The Sea Swallow” by Gareth Thomson, Wyre’s Mythic Coast Artwork trail brings a magical element to the Cleveleys seafront. Striking structures have brought to life The Sea Swallow – a specially commissioned children’s story Read more about The Sea Ogre at Sunset[…]
Blackpool, one of the seaside resorts on our Fylde coast, has not one, not two, but THREE piers. A walk along any of them in summer or winter is always a delight. In winter they are deserted with all the sideshows shuttered up, whilst in the holiday season they are ablaze with colour and general Read more about Roll up! Roll up! All the Fun of the Fair![…]
Throwback Thursday: Two Boats on the Beach on A Frosty Morning I found this whilst clearing out old files. I took a few like this on a morning walk along the promenade in Lytham last winter. I was going to bin them but thought I’d immortalise use this one in a post. It reminded me (not that Read more about Two Boats on the Beach on A Frosty Morning[…]
In the Distance I have many images to fit this challenge, mostly taken locally on our Fylde coast. I’ve chosen some of my favourites for this week’s Black & White Challenge.
Light and Shade WordPress Photo Challenge: Opposites This picture was taken in an art-deco-styled seaside pavilion during the closed season (February). You can see that a lot of sand has blown up from the beach which is some distance away. I liked the way that the light from the winter sun hit the roof in Read more about Light and Shade[…]