'Defined by Water' - River Lune, Sunderland Point, Morecambe Bay, Lancashire
Nestled in the marshes on a windswept peninsula that lies between the mouth of the River Lune and Morecambe Bay, Sunderland Point is a hamlet of 30 or so houses and farms, lying at the end of a causeway and dependent on tidal access. A single-track road crosses the tidal marsh to be covered by water twice a day at every high tide. Once a thriving port, a seaside resort and an artist community, Sunderland Point views at all points of the compass: South and East to Lancaster, the Bowland Fells and Fleetwood; North and West to the South Lakeland Fells and across to the Irish Sea. It is now an isolated location defined by water, ever present and ever-changing.
Available as a 22.25" x 16.25" size fine art archival print in a limited edition of 25