Sunderland, commonly known as Sunderland Point, is a small village among the marshes, on a windswept peninsula between the mouth of the River Lune, and Morecambe Bay, in Lancashire, England. It was used as a port for slave ships and cotton ships but its importance declined as other ports such as Lancaster were opened up.
Featured in group DEC 2008. Also in the group MAR 2009.
Featured in the group NOV 2103.
Nikon D80 – Nikkor 18-105mm VR lens – HOYA Pro-1 CPL
f-16 at 1/80sec
ISO 100 at 18mm focal length