Along the Pentland Road, 25 May 2017

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Monday 17 May

Today was one of those strange days, where I found myself fattening the coffers of the local supermarket no fewer than three times. Apart from that, it was quite a nice day, which started with the appearance of another cruiseliner, the Fram. The below picture dates back to last September, at the time of her previous visit.

The Fram is quite a new vessel, only 3 years old. As I type this, the next morning, she is docked at Aberdeen.

Air travel is once more disrupted due to volcanic ash floating around British airspace. Watched an alarmist programme about the volcano involved, what would happen if its big brother blows, what will happen when the 30 volcanoes on the Kamchatka peninsula in the far east of Russia all go off. Wish people would get things into perspective, and not personalise natural phenomena.

1 comment:

  1. Personally I believe the more that ignorant people try to 'personalize' natural phenomena the more the people capable of reason may come to realise that the earth is not here to provide every comfort for mankind.

    Save your wishes my friend, for a future people that will be able to see far beyond the horizon.

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