I took these pictures on a coastal walk last week. A forty-minute drive up the motorway takes us to the Silverdale area at the extreme North-West of Lancashire. It’s an unspoilt peninsula, mostly by-passed by the hordes of tourists who head a bit further up the road into Cumbria’s beautiful Lake District.
We went for a short walk from the village of Silverdale, starting at Jack Scout and following the cliff-top path to Jenny Brown’s Point.
These shots show the winter sun on Morecambe Bay at low tide and are my post for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Dark and Light: