Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

Following on from my post of St.Asaph's Cathedral, I move further into Wales, to the seaside town of LLandudno.

This is one time when it is a great advantage to see the photograph here as a larger shot on Beta.

Here, you can see much of the town as seen from the top of the Great Orme.rnrnThe Great Orme headland is a massive chunk of limestone rising 207m/679ft straight out of the sea. Little wonder that its name, given by the Vikings, means ‘sea monster’. It’s thought to be over 350 million years old.

The Great Orme’s special importance is reflected in its designation as a Country Park, Special Area of Conservation, Site of Special Scientific Interest and Heritage Coast.

Llandudno has lots to offer as a holiday destination having lots of comfortable Victorian hotels, a lovely sandy beach and the longest pier in Wales.

Have a great day, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5810 W: 275 N: 13268] (52850)
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