SCREW YOU, HAMILL! YOU GET NOTHING! NOTHING!!! For the Oseman lives. Well, turned out I had to work this morning, so I rearranged the microlite trip for the afternoon at 1pm. I was nearly a full two hours late, due to work running over. However, it all worked out for the best because as a result the sun was quite low and I got some pretty stunning shots of the South end of the hills. The Beacon itself was in shadow, but who the hell cares about light quality when you’re shooting from the sky? Woohoo! Seriously, I recommend it. I would suggest not taking a camera, though, as the necessity to film everything precludes the opportunity to experience the view with your own eyes. By the way, the conspiracy endeth here. I’ve found Malvern’s reservoir. All in all, a smegging good day’s work. Large section of “2nd unit photography” list crossed off. Mike, meanwhile, is working on the 3D FX on his old computer, whilst awaiting the arrival of his new Cyberdyne Systems supercomputer. Also: found a helicopter; looking for an airbase.