Now, can I post to micro.blog from Ulysses OK?
A digest of nature-centric reading (and viewing) to round out your weekend.
Last night, we finished the last of the Christmas mead — just in time for spring.
New boats in the Adur.
Not this way, apparently.
Down by the harbour wall.
This is not the real view from my house - but neither is it a Zoom background…
The Shoreham Harbour pilots’ boat coming back in after meeting a container ship offshore.
Spring is here!
The Ernst Hagedorn coming into Shoreham Harbour this afternoon.
The uncomplicated way year ones express their joy in seeing their school friends over Teams is something we could all stand to learn from.
They really want the train to stop #worldbookday
It’s very much a Gray Day today.
I’ve just realised what I miss most about face-to-face lecturing: the after lecture chats.
Nobody hangs around to ask questions or chat after Zoom lectures. And often some fascinating ideas came from those chats.
Maybe next academic year…
Taken this afternoon.
Spring is coming.
Some weekend nature-centric reading and viewing for you.
Cooking “last day of half term” pancakes for my daughters.
New fancy coffee brewing method to kick off the weekend right.
The combination of stupidly fast yet silent when dealing with lots of video and other tasks is still making me very happy I invested in an M1 MacBook Pro.
First take-out coffee of the year.