No change today, but that’s acceptable. I think.
I thought I was going to have to miss walking to work this morning, as there was a moderate bit of rain about, but it stopped in time, and so I did indeed walk, as you can see here.
These lunchtime walks are getting to be a habit, you can see today’s here.
Today’s picture is from Saturday’s coastal walk. This is the view south as I approached Cullercoats:
I still need to sort through a load of pictures from recent outings, but this one interested me, so it’s jumped the queue. Looking north from Whitley Bay on a clear day like last Saturday, you can see some interesting things at Blyth. In this picture, from left to right, you can see some moderately large wind turbines, the brown silos used to hold aluminium ore before processing at a nearby plant, power station chimneys and the actually very large offshore wind turbines.
Wind turbines, power station and offshore wind turbines at Blyth.
You’ll probably need to click to see the larger image to make out the chimneys clearly.