Posted by: Geoff | May 6, 2016

Inside The Devil’s Kitchen


A recent view of The Devil’s Kitchen in Snowdonia.

According to the Snowdon Walks website:

‘The Devil’s Kitchen is the name given to the dark, black crack which splits the rock of Clogwyn y Geifr (Cliff of the Goat) between Y Garn and Glyder Fawr. The Welsh name for Devil’s Kitchen is Twll Du, meaning ‘black hole’. Twll Du is known as the Devil’s Kitchen because of the plume of steam that is often seen rising from the crack resembling a chimney. It’s said when steam can be seen rising from the chimney, the Devil was cooking.’

Posted by: Geoff | March 1, 2016

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! Happy St David’s Day!

Happy Valley

Saint David’s Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. It’s celebrated on the first day of March and tradition holds that it was on this day, possibly in 601, that he died.

Here’s a view from the Happy Valley towards the pier, complete with a big splash of colourful daffodils.

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! – Happy Saint David’s Day!

Posted by: Geoff | February 26, 2016

Bangor Pier and Llandudno

Bangor Pier

A view from the splendid Chateau Rhianfa across the Menai Straits to Bangor Pier, with Llandudno’s Great Orme and Little Orme also visible on the horizon… the flat bit in between is the town itself!

Posted by: Geoff | January 1, 2016

Happy New Year!


Here’s a view from the Haulfre Gardens over the town, Happy New Year!

Posted by: Geoff | December 25, 2015

We wish you a Merry Christmas!

Landudno-Xmas 2010

Snow seldom falls in Llandudno, but fortunately December 2010 gave us a sufficient amount to use for festive images in the future!

A very Merry Christmas to you all!

Posted by: Geoff | December 24, 2015

Christmas Eve in Llandudno


A blustery start to Christmas Eve in Llandudno, but that didn’t prevent this dog having a fine old time tearing up and down a deserted North Shore beach!

Posted by: Geoff | November 15, 2015

Setting of the sun… and Daily Pictures


It’s five years today since our first post on Llandudno Daily Pictures, so today is the perfect time to say “Goodbye”. Due to increased workloads and commitments at our studio we will be taking an extended break, however we will still be posting pictures of Llandudno on our North Shore Pictures Facebook page.

Many thanks to all of our visitors and friends from all over the world, especially to those who took the time to leave a comment.

Posted by: Geoff | November 13, 2015

Footprints on the pier



Taken within an hour of Wednesday’s image from 2009; Llandudno Pier with a dusting of snow, the footprints and tyre tracks are courtesy of the pier maintenance team and myself. The pier was closed to the public at the time because of the weather.

An alternative, full resolution version is available to buy on our website.

Enjoy your weekend!

Posted by: Geoff | November 12, 2015

Vivid sky


Taken with my telephone, a view from Hooson’s Corner late yesterday afternoon, a blazing sunset underway over the West Shore

Posted by: Geoff | November 11, 2015

Snowy prom

Llandudno snow

We’re not going to be around for a few days so we have set up some images from our archive for you to look at.

December 2009; the promenade at sunrise, taken shortly after that huge cloud had deposited some snow onto the town.

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