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Becky and Ian returned home at lunchtime. I spent the afternoon printing off a draft novel a friend has sent me, doing me the honour of seeking my opinion on the work.
We left the printer processing the last few pages and set off for Tanners Lane to witness the sunset.
Naturally we were obliged to take our time in the queue to the beach. Some of the ponies sported day-glo orange to make sure they were noticed.
While waiting for a clear path we observed the evening light on the Isle of Wight in the distance.
This glow lent lively colours to the beach and sea waters at high, lapping, tide; and, of course, the Island, The Needles, and the lighthouse.
One other photographer was abroad. Naturally we had a chat.
Eventually, the sun sank low enough for the Electric Light Show to begin.
Back home this evening, Jackie and I dined on her wonderful sausage casserole, mashed potato, and boiled carrots, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. I drank Mendoza Bodega Toneles malbec 2012.