The most obvious and self evident thing that I can say about an evening walk is that the light is completely different to that of the morning, coming as it does from 180 degrees away.
I thought I would go for an evening stroll, rather than at lunchtime as the sun was a bit fierce. It was a nice change to walk down the high street as there were quite a few people still around and even several shops still open, although mostly closing, I saw a friend that I stop and chat to in the mornings, he’s normally on his way to work, so it was nice to see him relaxing at one of the bars on the high street.
I hung around at the waterfront just for a few minutes, one of the Brittany Ferries – The Bretagne was coming in, and then this pilot cutter came in just ahead of it. The Cumbrian Fisher wasn’t at its berth, but there was a ship out in the channel that I thought for just a couple of minutes might be it, but a check of Marine Traffic confirmed that it wasn’t. A returning Gosport ferry disgorged a surprising number of people, presumably returning from shopping expeditions to the Portsmouth side.
Really though, it was just an opportunity to get out for a bit and just enjoy being outside.