Not too bad a photo, through the windscreen of a moving car.
The road crossing the immediate foreground was the A55 main road from Chester to Holyhead (and hence the ferry to Ireland) until the 1980s, so was very busy. Thankfully, Northop (Welsh: Llaneurgain) was bypassed, as were all the tiny villages on the route, and the nightmare bank holiday traffic jams are barely a memory.
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