Photos 2020: Lancashire

At the end of the summer we spent 2 weeks staying near Lancaster, making some visits into Cumbria. Our base was one of a set of former coach houses at Wyreside Hall, the hall itself (now converted into a hotel) being closed due to the pandemic.

A bridge over the Lancaster Canal, and fields on the opposite bank

The Lancaster Canal at Bolton-le-Sands

Two classical statues

High-class garden ornaments at Wyreside Hall

A striking sunset with low clouds

Spectacular sunset viewed from Wyreside Hall

Iron footbridge over a railway

Crossing the railway at Grange-Over-Sands

Shadows on the ground of people waving

Shadow selfies from the footbridge at Grange-Over-Sands

Miriam standing in the centre of a giant sundial

Miriam the human sundial at Williamson Park, Lancaster

Model of a giant lizard with many coins inserted into it

Cash lizard at Beacon Fell Country Park

Statue of Eric Morecambe behind a forecourt displaying some of his comic lines

Eric Morecambe’s statue on a grey (and soon to be very wet) day

A small river with trees on each side

A walk along the River Eea at Cartmel: we last visited here 25 years ago

Looking down and almost along the length of Rydal Water

Rydal Water in the Lake District

A Herdwick sheep

A friendly face on the hillside above Rydal Water

A road through a village

The village of Abbeystead

View towards Morecambe Bay with a large industrial building beside it

View over Morecambe Bay: it’s hard to avoid the view of Heysham power station also

A river running through open countryside

The River Wyre in the Trough of Bowland

A stone aqueduct over a river

Aqueduct on the Lancaster Canal at Garstang