A short trip down the coast from Morecambe is Heysham where the remains of this chapel stand. We ventured out for sunset, we got a nice warm light, but the sun ended up being obscured by clouds as is often the case. These rocks are what's left of the original tombs cut out of the rock, you can see the crude human form shape in the rock, currently occupied by rain water from a very recent downpour.
OK, so they aren't shags, but where's the fun in that? They are statues of cormorants on a rock at the start of the stone jetty in Morecambe. This was just about the best sunset we got, mostly we just got wet.