Saturday, August 7, 2010

Morecambe Bay

Britain's largest estuary makes a marvelous spot for watching migrating waders in fall. I got there in late July and watched the outgoing tide and the birds dividing the beach between them: Herring Gulls and Lesser Black-Backed Gulls on dry sand, Oyster Catchers on wet sand, and Curlews on the shoals. The Stone Jetty Café, originally a train and ferry station serving the export trade to Ireland, is strongly recommended.

3 comments:

Federico Gemma said...

Hi Mans,
I like your watercolours, they inspiring me very much.
All the Best
Federico

Måns Sjöberg said...

Thank you, Federico! I think one of your commensts got lost when I tried to publish it. Sorry about that! Maybe you want to send it again?

ojeailustraciones said...

Enhorabuena Mans, me encanta tu trabajo; especialmente, como captas la luz un tus acuarelas que son magníficas. Es un placer pasear por tu blog.
Saludos
Potri