The picture is one of the first ones I have taken with the iPhone 12 in night mode. There are two things about the picture that I want to comment on; Firstly, I am amazed at the number of stars the phone has caught. I am very eager to try a bit of astrophotography. The second thing is I love it, the phone that is. I am very, very pleased with the camera.
I changed my route this morning. I think I’ve extended my morning walk by about a mile. This morning, it took me an hour and 11 minutes to complete. That’s fine, one issue is I know roughly what time I arrive at the waterfront, in sync with my first main over on the the #Breakfastclub. I need to get my weather report set up in readiness. I wasn’t quite prepared with the tidal app this morning. Also, I can’t linger like I used to. But I still walked out to the end of the Haslar Marina Pier Wall.
Two nights on the trot, I have included the term “Clipper Ships” in the title. Last night I forgot to say what I wanted. That is, I’ve decided which book I am going to read next. Last Christmas, my father-in-law gave me a book about clipper ships. Fantastic sailing ships that were the mainstay of global trade before the advent of Steam. I won’t be commenting on it for a while though,
That’s because on Saturday, the next issue of Country Walking popped through the letterbox. I’m about halfway through reading that. Nothing yet has made me go “I need to comment upon that” yet, but I’m sure it will.
Once I finish CW, I’ll be picking up Black & White photography, which landed on the mat today. Looking forward to that. I’ll let you know when I get back to the clipper ships, I only managed to finish the intro before the magazines arrived.