What started out as a cloudy, chilly and blustery day, the evening seemed to be from a different season altogether, calm, clear and sunny. 

Having been at a birthday party, Mark rushed up to the headland on the west cliff, for what proved to be the most successful star party so far this summer.  The scopes were all deployed; the Moon was out, a few punters even managed to get a look.  Then the cloud rolled in off the sea and in the space of 20 minutes skies were almost totally obscured.  How nice.  It was agreed that we are actually getting closer to holding a star party... sometime.

Assisted selfie.  Left-to-right: Keith, Lee, Mark and John.  Click for full-sized image.