The Lancashire seaside

My latest exploration of Manchester’s expansive hinterland took me north to Lancashire. The coastal resort of Lytham St Annes is close to Blackpool, but a world away from its neighbour’s glitzy, brash vibe. 

I walked from St Anne’s and its green pier along a tranquil, sombre stretch of tidal coastline to Lytham, with its curious windmill and grand white-tiled church. It’s also on the estuary of the River Ribble – calm, mysterious and perfect for wide skyscape photographs.

This trip veered from brash man-made colours to stark minimalism. The kind of contrast I favour on a photo excursion…


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13 thoughts on “The Lancashire seaside

  1. I have to say, I love Lytham. Blackpool has its pull, of course, but Lytham is much more genteel. Yet again, you have brought out the best of an out-of-season seaside town – Slender Threesome annoys me, though. I know the horizon is straight, but the wonkyness of the middle lamppost is jarring, haha! :)

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