|Dawn over a remote British outpost|
Jupiter and Venus are low in the east before dawn, and Saturn and Mars are in the evening sky (sunset is around 5pm).
|Sunset in June - midwinter|
Talking to some locals, it seems that the Falklands is a great place to watch the International Space Station orbit the Earth at a height of 330 miles, and travelling at 17,000 mph!
|Dawn Turkey Vulture|
|Today's dawn display|
You can change the city to one near you. Hope you have clear skies!
|Enjoying the warmth of the engine!|
Somewhat easier to spot around Stanley are the scores of horses that graze on common land. As I found, stopping near them sends them the signal that food is on the way, and it is tricky to get away again. Some even use the the engine warmth to make up for the lack of coat!
I have a friend who loves horses, and she would be in heaven here.