After having to rush up to the North after work in order to set our shots up for sunset, we still had a long drive to where we were staying in Lytham St. Anne’s. My wife booked accommodation 8 miles away, but did this without a map, so was presumably unaware of the existence of the Ribble Estuary! However, even though staying here wasn’t convenient for sunset, it did allow us to get up early the next day in order to visit the ‘boat graveyard’ in Fleetwood at sunrise. It certainly is an interesting place, with several wrecks from the 1970’s rotting in the mud flats on The Wyre Estuary. I managed to position myself in the right place to get sunstar shots using a combination of a small aperture and little movements to ensure the camera was in the right place. The pre-dawn walk was ‘interesting’ as the ground was extremely muddy and slippy, and we had to keep leaping over small channels in the mudflats in order to get to where we wanted to be.