Towards the end of April I was asked to produce a time-lapse video showing the vastly expanded work of the Morecambe Bay Foodbank during the Corona virus pandemic. The video was shot over a two week period at Salt Ayre Leisure centre and following one of the collection vans.
These make the total for 2019 to 8 routes (so far) - which is a couple more than in recent years - but the walks are getting shorter - is this a sign of againg?
It's taken a while to get round to posting this - work preparing for our exhibition at inspire gifts and gallery in Lancaster took precedence :-)
240a Marine Road Central.
#fantasticMorecambe's newest (and quirkiest) business:
The canal and coast walk is a variation on an earlier walk from a few years ago, whilst the walk around Tebay was mainly to add to my collection of photographs following the course of the river.
Both images are taken in Heysham - Four Seasons took a lot more than four visits to St Peter's Church to provide the images for the composite view. Ever since I saw this scene in Notting Hill , I've wanted to create a composite still image that captures all four seasons in one image!
Morecambe Bay Partnership were successful in bidding for Lottery funding to bring a number of art works to the bay - some temporary and some, as Anna Gillespie's Ship are permanent. This sculpture provides an imposing addition to the view at Half Moon Bay.
We had a gorgeous day for our continued exploration of the beautiful Arnside and Silverdale ANOB - it wasn't quite as sunny when we walked along the Lune from Kurkby Lonsdale to Whittington (but it dad stay dry!).
I'm not very good at blogging!
I never got round to posting about our joint exhibition at Inspire - a wonderful gift shop and gallery on New Street in Lancaster! However the other 2 pictures are more topical: they are currently on display in the window - to tie in with Lancaster's Festa Italia.