This is the Great Orme, taken from the West Shore Beach. It is a mile wide and stretches out 2 miles into the Irish Sea. Everywhere you go on this promontary is full of ancient history, legend and mystery. Beyond the other side and out of view lies the Victorian-built town of Llandudno. The first Vikings who laid eyes upon this great limestone headland rising out of the landscape named it Horma Heva, which is Norse for the ‘Great Serpent’.
The Great Orme, Llandudno, Wales. April 2017.