OK, so he might have been talking about the area near Coney Island in the US, but with 30 layers over Brighton, agents badgerpaw, ChaosToOrder, CoffeePixie Dogfingers, Fdgbman, GraphicDivine, greekempire, and nognod must have been feeling really Enlightened earlier today!
Lincoln is looking a gorgeous shade of green this evening, courtesy of agents Baggieboy, incubus, K14TP, Luraketu, m8utt, roguemale, and UKZeroSniper. Flexing their fielding muscles, they created 32 layers through Newark-on-Trent and netted over 5m MU in the process.
Agent mcwebtree espied an opportunity and threw this handy set of five layers over both Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. What a lovely set of fields for a weekday. And such a great name for a place to field green!
So high! While this field over Edinburgh may look familiar, it is the work on the ground of a single agent. Agent matthew185 did a sterling job overnight putting these 7 layers back up over the wonderful city of Edinburgh.
There may not be sun up in the sky, but there were certainly fields over Edinburgh, the home of the Scottish Enlightenment, this morning. Not content with putting up 12 layers the first time round, the team re-cleared and re-threw 8 layers, with each layer being around 250k MU.
… Let me count the ways, I field thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when fielding out at night For the end of checkpoint and ideal grace. I field thee to the level of every day’s Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light I field thee freely, as shapers strive for right.
Congratulations to all the fabulous agents of Juliet-12 who worked together to turn a streak of 92 straight cycle wins by the Resistance into 93 straight cycle wins by Enlightened.
From the delight at the very first hard fought win, through to romping home in the last septicycle with this 66-layer confection, there have been so many glorious fields and tales to tell.
Great teamwork and congratulations to all involved!
(and deepest apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning… do enjoy one of the loveliest sonnets ever written (43) in its original form)