A narrowboat passing through a lock in Scarisbrick on the Leeds/Liverpool canal heading towards the canal side pub. The image has been given a sketch effect as though the viewer was sitting on the bank with paper and pencil.
A narrowboat moored on the bank of the Leed/Liverpool canal in Scarisbrick is turning to rust after being neglected.
An old barge used for transporting goods or heavy machinery makes it's way down the Leeds/Liverpool canal near Burscough,Lancashire.A sign of bygone times when goods were transported to mills during a time when the canals were bustling with industrial activity.
The Leeds/Liverpool canal at sunset when a storm was brewing near Scarisbrick, Lancashire.
Under the bridge along the Leeds/Liverpool canal towards Halsall in Lancashire you can catch a glimpse of the Saracens Head pub reflected in the calm water.
A lady walks the towpath of the Leeds/Liverpool canal near Scarisbrick, Lancashire away from a rainbow created during a rain shower.
The familiar sight of the Wool Boat making it's way down the Leeds/Liverpool canal inBurscough, Lancashire. It's a sign of the lifestyle of narrowboaters on the canal selling their wares.
A sunset on the canal in Lancashire with a hint of a rainbow in the distance, The Leeds/Liverpool canal shows refections in the water and moorings are sited near Scarisbrick towards Burscough in West Lancashire.