The lowland plain (slightly bluish in this image) is the Fylde, with Blackpool Tower visible on the coast.
I've frequently seen Liverpool from here, and occasionally been able to distinguish the Welsh hills, but it's rare to see the latter so clearly as today. Mouseover for an enhanced version of the image, which reveals a profile I thought was very familiar: the Clwydian Hills, centread on Moel Famau (554 m), with Rhiwabon (Ruabon) Mountain towards the left and Prestatyn on the right.
However, it's been pointed out that I'd totally misjudged the angles (thanks, Barry!) and this profile features rather larger hills, much further away to the west: Snowdonia. The central peak is in fact Foel Fras, maybe Carnedd Llewellyn, and the coastal 'lump' furthest to the right is the Great Orme at Llandudno. I think the isolated peak on the extreme left could be Arenig Fach, though that seems to be a very long way away.
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