Posted by: Geoff | July 22, 2014

Alone with the waves


A solitary figure enjoying a paddle on the North Shore, the Little Orme sits in the distance.

Posted by: Geoff | July 21, 2014

Fog on the promenade


Fog rolling across the town and towards the promenade yesterday afternoon. But there was still plenty of sunshine around, as shown by the sparkling sea.

Posted by: Geoff | July 18, 2014

A golden Happy Valley landscape


Just a few of the golden flowers and plants that are currently making the Happy Valley a very colourful place to visit.

Have a great weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | July 17, 2014

Paul’s bench


A new memorial bench was installed at the top of Hill Terrace earlier this month, in memory of Paul Smith, proprietor of the Orme Court Hotel.

Above is the view from the bench and below is the inscription on the bench.


Posted by: Geoff | July 16, 2014

View of Llandudno


A view of the town, from the south-east side of the Great Orme, with the North Shore to the left and the West Shore to the right.

Posted by: Geoff | July 15, 2014

View from the Rocking Stone


Ty Gwyn Road, seen from the Rocking Stone near the south-east side of the Great Orme. Look closely and you can see the passing point where the trams heading up and down the Orme pass each other… look even closer and you can spot several wild goats!

More on the Rocking Stone can be seen on this previous post from October 2011, tomorrow I’ll show you the view from directly behind where this photo was taken from.

Posted by: Geoff | July 14, 2014

Peaceful view


An expansive view from the promenade, looking towards the Little Orme.

Posted by: Geoff | July 11, 2014

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside…


Yesterday afternoon was another perfect day to spend in a deckchair, or on the beach.

Enjoy your weekend, beach or not!

Posted by: Geoff | July 10, 2014



Can you see the distinctive ‘crocodile’s head’ shape of this particular part of the Great Orme?

The toll of £2.50, to drive around the Orme, is taken just in front of the building seen on the left.

Posted by: Geoff | July 9, 2014

The Grand Hotel


A view of the Grand Hotel from the pier, at low tide.

The hotel opened in 1902 and was once the largest hotel in Wales; more about the Grand Hotel’s history can be seen here.

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