Thanks, Nell

Nell ate a lot of kelp yesterday evening. A LOT.

So, Nell drank a lot of water last night. A LOT.

So, that meant that Nell got me up bright and early this morning in order to empty her bladder.

So, I got to see this magnificent sunrise.

Red as the fires of hell, to the east -and with this lovely column of gold light
Red as the fires of hell, to the east -and with this lovely column of gold light
Most of the sky was coloured
Most of the sky was coloured

Thank you, Nell.

I took this one as part of my “Personal Geography” strand for this year’s Project Spectrum:

Even the sky to the North was coloured rosy pink
Even the sky to the North was coloured rosy pink

Right, my PDF is cooked. Gotta go.

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