Posted by: Geoff | October 31, 2014

Witch on Mostyn Street

Susan-French-Llandudno

This witch appears to have lost control of her broomstick… and crashed into one of the cast iron supports outside of the Susan French, Vintage and Goth Store on Upper Mostyn Street!

Happy Halloween and have a treat filled weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | October 30, 2014

Strolling on the beach

West-Shore-Llandudno

Yesterday morning was perfect for a stroll on the beach.

Posted by: Geoff | October 29, 2014

Silhouettes on the jetty

Llandudno-Promenade

Taken yesterday morning from the pier, figures at the end of the jetty with the promenade in the background.

Posted by: Geoff | October 28, 2014

Long and winding road

Great-Orme-Llandudno

Looking down onto Marine Drive, which winds its way around the Great Orme to the West Shore.

Posted by: Geoff | October 27, 2014

Sunday morning on Upper Mostyn Street

The-London-Llandudno

Taken yesterday morning from outside of The London pub, looking towards the Great Orme from Upper Mostyn Street.

Posted by: Geoff | October 24, 2014

Bright and breezy

West-Shore-beach-Llandudno

We’re ending the week where we started, back on the West Shore for some more bracing sea air.

Enjoy your weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | October 23, 2014

Llandudno Pier

Llandudno-Pier-Wales

Llandudno Pier seen yesterday morning, standing out in its very grey looking surroundings!

Posted by: Geoff | October 22, 2014

Glowing in the gloom

West-Shore-Llandudno

This lamp on the West Shore adds a little light to a stormy looking distant sky.

Posted by: Geoff | October 21, 2014

Waiting for Gonzalo

North-Shore-Llandudno

The North Shore Promenade earlier this morning, bracing itself for the arrival of stormy conditions from the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo later today.

Posted by: Geoff | October 20, 2014

West Shore waves

West-Shore-Llandudno

Yesterday morning on a very windswept West Shore.

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