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Mary's Shell on Cleveleys beach is a piece of public art. Find it on the sands near the seafront cafe, opposite Jubilee Gardens
This captivating piece of graffiti by My Dog Sighs is an unmissable opportunity for photographers
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Burnley's Panopticon, 'Singing Ringing Tree', is a unique musical sculpture which overlooks Burnley from its position high above the town on Crown Point
The Trough of Bowland is a valley and high pass in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
There’s nothing like the British sense of humour, and a visit to Blackpool's Comedy Carpet is a bit like a trip to the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Love it or hate it, this Brutalist masterpiece is a photographer's dream
These attractive structures in an array of pastel colours offers visitors a unique and exciting addition to their holiday experience ideal for all the family
Sadly cancelled this year, but a huge draw for photographers as the night sky is brought alive and reflected over wet send
Bank Hall is a Jacobean mansion in Bretherton, but particularlycomes alive for photographers on their 'Snowdrop Sundays' in spring
Rivington Pike and Winter Hill, part of the West Pennine Moors at Rivington, Chorley, are hugely popular with walkers and their cameras
On the seafront against Fairhaven Lake you’ll see the Spitfire Memorial, flying high in the sky. The nine-metre plane is a full-size, exact replica Spitfire
Morecambe Bay stretches from the south west coast of Cumbria to Fleetwood in Lancashire, taking in coastal towns such as Grange Over Sands, Morecambe and Heysham
The Leeds & Liverpool Canal is the longest canal in Britain built as a single waterway, and passes though many of our villages, including Chorley and Burnley
The north west's most iconic structure is already well photographed, but the addition of a beating heart in 2011 drew photographer's eyes. The sculpture, which is made up of 900 programmable LEDs, has been installed around a quarter of the way up the landmark
The Ashton Memorial is a folly in Williamson Park, Lancaster, built between 1907 and 1909 by the millionaire industrialist Lord Ashton in memory of his second wife, Jessy, at a cost of £87,000
The sculpture was inspired by the 1956 Sports Photograph of the Year which shows Finney beating two Chelsea defenders at a waterlogged Stamford Bridge, which was taken on 25 August 1956 by photographer John Horton
Sadly, another postponed event this year, but one which traditionally attracts photographers in their thousands as the weird and wonderful take to the skies for the weekend
Pendle Hill rises above this ancient hunting ground, once the home of wolves and wild boar and to this day dotted with tiny hamlets and farms - perfect for ever changing landscape photography
Founded in 1896, the home of thrill-seekers is perfect for the high-adrenaline action selfie!