It’s very nice to once again be in the position of having to choose which photos I want to use. I’ve used this one as the header. It annoys the heck out of me. abandoned trolley are bad enough – I used the trolley app to report two of them on Clarence Road earlier in the walk.
The problems with this one were that it was in the water, there’s a button for that in the app, and you have to say which supermarket they come from. It turns out that not all of the shops have a contract with the app providers. It looks like Morrisons does, the two I sent earlier were accepted. I couldn’t see which shop this one belonged to, so I chose Asda. The app rejected this one. No contract.
The thing that really annoys me is I like the pictures.
The walk started well. As I got to the playing fields I could see the low laying mist, I think called radiation fog, had formed.
The thing about this time of year is the lighting. Borderline dawn. The lighting is either right, too early or late. This morning was good time. The light was quite prominent, especially when I got to the waterfront.
I did my usual weather report from the end of the Haslar Marina Pier Wall. One thing was the utter lack of wind. I had to blow on the blades of my anemometer to make sure it was working. Well, I didn’t have to really because I could feel that there was no wind.