No gull is ‘photo bombing’ the webcam today. I don’t know how the camera view is changed, if it’s automatic or what. Sometimes it remains in the same view for days — other times it changes several times a day. The Saint John-sign is lit up, and the baby blue church in the centre is St. Luke’s Anglican. To the right, just outside the picture is our building. It’s funny how different things look in photos. When you’re up there, standing behind the Saint John sign, you’re quite a ways up — it’s the look-out-point! In this photo, it just looks like a small elevation. I once took a picture from out in Millidgeville, where the hospital, the university and the Xerox building seemed to be adjacent to one another, and they certainly aren’t!
It couldn’t be much more grey than this. Some warm and humid airmass has moved in. Our ‘feline barometer’ doesn’t like low pressure systems, so he’s tucked in here, underneath my desk. This will take away the last specks of snow, and then Spring will commence, I’m sure. That’s good — I’m craving green!