Morecambe Bay in North West England
Morecambe Bay was born in the last ice age, when retreating glaciers dumped soft sediments which formed expanses of sand which are now up to 80m deep. Sea levels rose and the area was flooded. The bay is now broad and shallow, with a tidal range of up to 10.5m at spring tides and an ebbing tide that can retreat as far as 12km. This means not much of the bay stays the same for very long. This image was take at Jenny Brown's Point near Silverdale.
Canon EOS 5D2
Canon 24 - 105mm f4
Sigma 105mm f2.8
Post processing: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop
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