This silo was one of the few places near the village unaffected by surface wind, and currents. That’s why they measured the tides from within, because in a world perpetually aglow in blue phosphorescent light, it was impossible for them to tell the passage of time. #AmEditing pic.twitter.com/2NwerkFBXn
— Evelyn Chartres (@EvelynChartres) January 7, 2021
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