Situated on the south edge of Morecambe Bay near Glasson Docks at the entrance to the River Lune this lighthouse was built in 1847 and is still working today.
This was photographed early in the morning about an hour after low tide using a 2 stop graduated neutral density filter on my wide angle lens to bring the dynamic range of the scene down to something that my camera could manage.
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18 mm (35mm equiv.)