The light this evening was so reminiscent of my times in Portugal. So much clarity in the air that the afterglow off the stratosphere was fantastic. So colourful.
Wandering the beach in the twilight, I found some nice curves like this one, offset by the only clouds in the sky. Ailsa Craig is a 340m tall volcanic plug 10 miles off the coast that is the source of floorless blue granite for all the world's curling stones.
November 29th, 2018
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