Morecambe Bay is unique, a vast expanse of tidal waters fringed by the fells of Cumbria and the moors and rolling pastures of Lancashire. The constant ebb and flow of the tides and the restless shifts of sand-banks and channels give endless variety of shape, texture and colour. It is also a very important area for wildlife, ranked as one of the most important sites in Europe for migrating birds. The Bay is infinitely fascinating to watch and to photograph, as award-winning photographer and writer Jon Sparks knows well. Having lived close to the Bay for most of his life, he has seen it in every conceivable mood yet knows that it still has the power to surprise. This book showcases the Bay, its fringing countryside and the towns that lie on its shores, through 140 dazzling images supported by crisp and entertaining captions.