Heard Jeanne Naylor live, performing a set of her own songs in a marquee on The Moor yesterday afternoon. Then later the fireworks to mark the not-quite-end of this year's Falmouth Week.
First thing this morning, flat calm and almost low tide on Gyllyngvase Beach. The swan family on the edge of the water, the cygnets now close to adult-sized but still in child-plumage, paddling along in formation behind their parents when they left. A yacht anchored just inside the buoys, perhaps about to go aground for the day? Pumping up kayak-shaped inflatables, I think they were, and then dropping them over the side. Isolated swimmers, a couple with a small boy, a conversation at one of the benches about next week's weather. Sunshine slanting in strongly from over the castle.
Then just now, watching that YouTube clip again - how can it be five years old? - and recognising the locations - that's where I was this morning. Same container-ship horizon, brighter sky. Now the theme tune from the original Hawaii Five-0 coming up suddenly from Events Square, along with the loudspeaker commentary on a boat race. Sun's out; this is no time to be looking at a screen.