12 photos that capture the true beauty of West Kirby
PUBLISHED: 00:00 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 20:51 26 January 2018
Enjoy colourful panoramic views from the edge of the Wirral peninsula.
West Kirby photography
A quiet time, West Kirby by Steve Briant
Marine Lake, West Kirby by Kevin Lyth
Marine Lake by Kevin Horsewood
Marine lake purple sunrise by Kevin Lyth
Peaceful, West Kirby by Ian Allison
Sun set walk, West Kirby by Kevin Lyth
Sundown, West Kirby by Kevin Lyth
Sunset, West Kiirby, Marine Lake by Dorinda Boag
Sunset at Marine Lake by Barbara Roberts
Water walkers, West Kirby by Kevin Lyth
West Kirby Marine Lake by John Hinde
West Kirby Wirral by Paula O'Hara
West Kirby lies on the north-west corner of the Wirral Peninsula and is separated from North Wales by the Dee Estuary.
West Kirby is a lovely place to spend some time. It’s the perfect spot to watch the sun set over the manmade coastal Marine Lake, which is one of the westernmost spots on the Wirral Peninsula or perhaps walk to the islands of Hilbre, Little Eye and Middle Eye at low tide.
The views across to the Clwydian mountains in North Wales are superb and one of the simple pleasures here is a stroll along the promenade to watch the windsurfers and the fishermen rowing out to their boats.
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