Thursday, September 14, 2006

Planes and cormorants

I have started work at a new place in Docklands. You get the Light Railway to get there- it's just like a train set, only big, and it hums past lots of derelict factories and lagoons with cormorants and seagulls flapping about. It's opposite London City airport, and the whole time tiny planes take off and land, left to right, right to left (should that be port and starboard? cloud and sunset?) without crashing into each other... yet.
I have often thought that aircraft should be called skyscrapers, because that's what they sound like. I spilt my flask of coffee in my bag, but that's a thrillingly ordinary start to a new job, isn't it?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I started @ a new school today down the road from Camp Titnore ( Got loads of hardware incl Apple Macs which I know you luv, but the bar was shut! Big luv JOBY

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