A photo from Sunderland Point on Morecambe Bay.
Sunderland Point is an amazing place. It's only a few minutes drive from the large towns of Morecambe and Lancaster yet when you visit it's like stepping back in time to a bygone era of sailing ships, clear skies and fresh air.
The only way of getting there by car is by driving down a long single track causeway that threads it's way through the tidal marshes. It is cut off from the mainland at high tide which comes in at great speed in Morecambe Bay.
The only place for non-residents to park is on a small shingle beach next to these moored fishing boats and I couldn't help noticing the tide markers on the sea wall which showed that high tide would be above the roof of my car if I misjudged the time to head back and got cut off by the tide.
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24 mm (35mm equiv.)