Llandudno photomarathon event attracts 600 entries

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Cable car heading down to the seaImage source, Matt Sydall
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Matt Sydall's view of the town's cable car was the overall winner of the photomarathon

Professional photographers and smart phone users pitched their talents in a photography competition with a difference in Conwy county.

Photomarathon Llandudno saw entrants head into the town to photograph eight topics in eight hours, including something yellow and something old.

More than 600 photos were submitted on the day for judging.

An exhibition of all entries will go on show from Friday.

The event was organised by Culture Action Llandudno in partnership with the LLAWN05 Festival, and received funding from the Arts Council of Wales.

Image source, Barry Everleigh
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Barry Everleigh's shot of a boat at a jetty was the runner up
Image source, Alice Swatridge
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Alice Swatridge won the children's Eight Images category with images including Llandudno station
Image source, Eifion Williams
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Eifion Williams took the Old category prize with his shot of old cutlery
Image source, Lyndsey Hackett
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Lyndsey Hackett's view of Llandudno pier won the One and Only category
Image source, Sarah Horrocks
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Sarah Horrocks won the Connections category with her picture of women laughing at a bus stop
Image source, Barry Eveleigh
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Barry Eveleigh took the Sanctuary category prize with his image of a man sunbathing with a newspaper over his face