Today's photograph is a contribution to Skywatch Friday.
It is the fourth in a series of four Blackpool sunsets.
The first was taken on the South Promenade at Blackpool, near the Pleasure Beach at about ten past four in the afternoon on Tuesday 11th November 2008.
The second was just a couple of minutes later but looking away from the Promenade over the sea shore.
The third was taken the day after, a couple of miles further South behind the dunes opposite Pontins.
Having caught a bus back to the Sandcastle, I took this fourth photograph about twelve minutes later.
The serpent-like object you can see emerging from the promenade is the High Tide Organ, erected in 2002 and designed by Liam Curtin and John Gooding. According to the information plaque
At high tide air pressure is conducted to organ pipes within the sculpture producing musical chords based on the harmonic series in B flat.Before you ask, I've never been around at high tide to find out.