Skyline


It’s Debbie’s One Word Sunday, and the theme is Skyline. Today, I’m sharing the post between both Debbie’s and Becky’s challenges. Remember, Becky’s Squares challenge for October is KindaSquares.

I’ve gone for a natural kind of skyline in this post, with the Welsh hills providing a pleasant kind of barrier between road and sky.

Visit both Debbie’s and Becky’s sites for more kinds of photographic interpretations!

25 responses to “Skyline”

  1. restlessjo avatar

    That looks a lovely spot, Tom. Whereabouts on the Welsh coast are we? 🙂 🙂

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    1. Tom avatar

      We’re on the ‘other side’ of Llandudno, the quieter part!
      Well, it was quiet when I was there, Jo!

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  2. BeckyB avatar

    Gorgeous – a very very long time since I was in Llandudno.

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    1. Tom avatar

      It is. Well, it was! It’s been a while since I was there too, Becky!

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  3. Debbie Smyth avatar

    Great to see a non-city skyline, Tom. I’d love to take a walk along there right now

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    1. Tom avatar

      Thanks, Debbie. It’s a nice place.

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  4. The Art of Cobwebs - aka:- thecobweboriumemporium avatar

    Fabulous photo, Tom. I want to live in an old stone cottage, at the very top of the hill on the left, as we’re looking at the photo. That would be a fine and groovy place to live. (Although mind…. windy – but groovy all the same).

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    1. Tom avatar

      What’s a bit of wind every now and then, Cobs?

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        1. Tom avatar

          Ah. Well. Erm. I see…

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  5. sustainabilitea avatar

    Much nicer than the skyline of a big city as far as I’m concerned, Tom. 🙂

    janet

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    1. Tom avatar

      I like a nighttime skyline, Janet, but you have to be able to see the sky as well! 🙂

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        1. Tom avatar

          Hehehe! 🤣 I mean a bit of blue or purple… not just the buildings and blackness!

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  6. -Eugenia avatar

    Beautiful shot!

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    1. Tom avatar

      🙂 Thanks Eugenia!

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  7. Chris Hall avatar

    This has a very familiar feel to it, Tom. I spent a few years working that distant patch of North Wales. You say it’s the other side from Llandudno, is it Penmaenmawr?

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    1. Tom avatar

      It isn’t that far over, Chris. I’ve had to look on Google Streetview to see where it is. I always class Llandudno as being the pier on the North Shore Beach side, the ‘other side’ is the West Shore Beach side and West Parade. It looks slightly different on Streetview though!

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      1. Chris Hall avatar

        Oh, okay. I had a quick squizz on Google Maps. My word, it’s changed. Mind you, I was working out there in the late 80s / early 90s. Gulp! That’s a long, long time ago. I remember being instructed by the Underwriting Manager not to park under the Great Orme in case a rock tumbled on the company’s pool car!

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        1. Tom avatar

          There’s always bits of that falling off! 😄

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  8. prenin avatar

    I miss Wales. (Sigh!)

    Blessed Be my friend! 🙂 ❤

    Prenin.

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    1. Tom avatar

      It’s been a while for me too, Prenin!

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  9. Bright – Travel with Intent avatar

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  10. littlepiecesofme1 avatar

    Some very lovely hills to accent that skyline.

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    1. Tom avatar

      Yes… it’s a nice place. Would like to visit again once this pandemic clears off! 🙂

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