Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Is it a bird? Is it a... No, it's a bird...

I am painfully aware of friends and others stranded abroad or worried about schedules and school returns but it has been a lovely few days. The awareness that, not only are there no vapour trails nor constant rumble of jet engines but that there was no chance of any has been a very real breath of fresh air.
Not since I was very small has there been an absence of air traffic. The atmospheric ambiance returned to pre flight days. The birds predominated both here at home and in radio interviews.
Now I see, there may be further disruption. And still no one for the british public to blame!

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