Sunday, 1 February 2009

The Sunny Night Sky

Hey, Bunchy here.

Just a short first blog post from me, regarding the weather. I write this now, @ nearly half 2 in the morning, with no lights on in my room. Why? Because the light from the night sky is doing the business for me. I tried to take pictures, but I don't actually own a digital camera. I have my phone camera, my mum's phone camera, and a few old throw-away cameras. The latter is obviously out of the question and the quality of the phone images were too poor to upload. So I will just have to describe it to you.

Midnight is supposed to be the darkest time of the day, but today over many parts of the UK, particularly England and even more particularly, London, had some serious snowfall. It was on and off for the past 48 hours but really started going this evening at about 7pm or so. It continued to fall, and started to settle and a look outside my window now shows a good 4 or 5 inches of snow and it's still falling. But the strange thing about this night ladies and gentleman, is not the snowfalls, but the colour of the sky. It's like day, I mean to say that, any other day I would pull back my curtains to see nothing, pitch black. But tonight, I can see everything, it's practically sunny, a bright yellow sky. It's really surreal. It could easily be about 3pm, but it's not quite 3am.

I do however, have a theory which might interest you (but also, might not). My theory is, because there is such heavy snowfall, the capital is practically covered in snow. All of London's streelights have yellow bulbs. Perhaps the streelights everywhere are reflecting off of the white snow, and lighting up the night sky?

Your thoughts on this strange blog post?
- Harrington.


  1. i reckon that you could be mental, in a good way, because theres alot of truth to ure words.