2015-06-27 52 0
In a field north of Belchamp Walter, Essex, UK.
This was not really planned. I realised it was not too far from 2015-06-26 51 1 so I took in this point on my way home.
Driving from Suffolk to Essex, there were wonderful cloudscapes. The sun had set long before and the low clouds were very black. Above, there was an iridescent blue blow. This might have been the rare phenomenon of noctilucent cloud. There are nice examples on Google Images.
It was possible to park at the village hall. A public footpath headed north but quickly faded to nothing. More stepping between sugar beet plants was needed. Then there were a few metres of oil seed rape to force my way through to zero the distance. I arrived just before midnight and had to wait in the mild breeze for the day to increment. I only ever force my way through crops if there is supposed to be a path but the farmer has not marked it. Today was a good example.
| Sourcerer earned the Midnight Geohash achievement
|Sourcerer earned the OpenStreetMap achievement|
| Sourcerer earned the Two to the N achievement
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|Cambridge, United Kingdom||Sourcerer||In a field north of Belchamp Walter, Essex, UK.|
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