Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Sahara sandstorms ...

To say its been windy here is an understatement, the southerly winds have been battering the harbour for three days now and again this afternoon are increasing again.

Its blowing a good force 6, and the flagpoles are bending in the breeze, and the Greek flags look like they have been ironed with starch, as they are cracking in the wind.

With the breeze has come Sahara sand, it gives the appearance of fog, as the tiny grains are whipped through the air reflecting the sunlight as they go.

Its warm at 22 degrees at 9am in the morning, no need for a jacket today ...

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