Orion was very clear as I left the house at around 6AM. I didn’t take this picture from there. There’s a couple of points on the morning walk where the street lighting is a bit less annoying. Not too bad, you can even make out that the sword is not just stars.
For as long as I can remember in my day books, I’ve had a problem tracking and cross referencing notes. I am really bad at organising, but I like being organised. That’s a condition that I so rarely attain. Anyhow, I found Bullet journalling. In theory that should do the job. Mostly. Trouble is, I haven’t had the discipline to keep things going. Should I have another go?
An entirely different form of journalling; I had ordered a copy of The Journals of Gilbert White. First glimpse is that this is not a book to read cover to cover, rather to dip in to. His journal or more of a simple chronology of events of nature, but describing it as such is to do him an injustice.
This morning, on my walk I saw two Cranes (Herons?) chasing each other off the end of the Haslar Marina and there were three foxes in the Cockle Pond car park. Just relaxing, not chasing anything. There wasn’t anything happening in the ponds themselves – not that I could see anyway. nonetheless, it was a very nice walk.