Naval Intelligence Office, Brickford Landing - Detail
Lieutenant Keeling, recently arrived from the Naval Intelligence Office in Port Woodhouse, was overheating.
Brickford Landing was hot and the breeze that he'd enjoyed earlier in the day had died down.
He removed his tricorn hat as Captain Keats brought him a letter to encrypt with the current ciphers. While sworn to secrecy, he was still personally interested to see what new intelligence had been gleaned from the captured Lotii scout.
Just an excuse to try out some pretty flower combos and SNOT-ed shutters.