12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Morecambe
PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:18 26 June 2017
Morecambe doesn’t always bring sunshine, but it has always been a place that is popular with our readers.
Coniston Fells from Morecambe by Rob Mcewen
Dying Light on The Stone Jetty by Karol Gajewski
Eric Morecambe statue by Sean Nolan
Evening Calm, Morcambe Bay by Rob Faulkner
Happy Mount Park,Morecambe by Rob McEwen
Mother and Child by Janet Packham
Stone Jetty, Morecambe by Rob Mcewen
Sunset Morecambe Bay by Rob Faulkner
Sunset Over Morecambe Bay by John Cobham
The Midland Hotel, Morecambe Bay by Aimee English
The Stone Jetty, Morecambe by Rob Mcewen
Morecambe seafront by Dean Smethurst
The views from the seafront offer views of the bay leading into the Irish Sea and of course, the many peaks of the nearby Lake District are always on the horizon in the north.
Art and sculptures are also a prominent feature of Morecambe, there’s the iconic Eric Morecambe statue that waves to the promenade, the famous bird sculptures close to the stone jetty and the Venus and Cupid (known locally as Mother and Child) the piece opposite Morecambe Golf Club.
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