May 19: Utö – clearing fog
A very full day of work on the benches started foggy and turned sunny and beautiful.
The edge of the earth that morning, as far as one could tell.
A British sort of morning.
A project with a bunch of earthmoving was underway in the middle of the Havshotel drive.
The figures at the bottom of this scene almost look like some sort of glyph system, abstracted out of their original three dimensions.
A variety of grays and browns.
Bench bases being assembled inside the shop, sun having emerged.
Old bench new bench at Stenhuset (some assembly required).
New Stenhuset bench assembled and in place.
A nice framed view of the water at the end of the road from Stenhuset to the village.
Looking down the main pier.
The tiniest log cabin.
A pierful and boatful view out to the Kattrumpan lookout tower.
Not too shabby a sitting spot.
The sun although still relatively high in the sky was hitting the north side of the lighthouse by this point, thanks to this being close to the solstice.
A thoroughly RGB scene.
The radio towers near the hotel, from the south, in the latening daylight.
The setup outside the workshop.
The canonical view with summer dinnertime sun.
The sun bore into the living room of the hostel like a knife.
Last bit of sun around the corner of the main hotel building.
And through the hotel's multi layers of glass.
There it goes! Not a bad pastel palette of clouds.
The back side of the bench sunset, the tiny lighthouse snuggled up against the radio tower.