Lesson - focus on the most eye catching part of the composition! Is that it? People of a certain age from the UK will remember a tv programme called Blue Peter. Every year they ran a charity appeal where viewers were asked to send in old stamps, milk bottle tops, socks etc. The BBC would take these down to the scrap merchants and change them for cash which would be used for whichever charitable purposes had been chosen. In the studio was a “totalizer” which flashed away with some huge numbers indicating how much had been collected. On more than one occasion the prupose of the appeal was “to buy a lifeboat”. Sounds impressive, doesn't it? Well it did to the young Jarvo, as huge numers like a thousand, a million, thirty-seven flashed onto the screen. For years, I'd imagined that I'd helped buy a montser of a boat, something that could single handedly save everyone on the Titanic and still have room to spare. And then today, in a dusty old shed, a considerably older Jarvo came face to face with what had actually been bought. Disappointed? Well just a bit. Next time I go to sea, it's going to be in a one-man submarine built out of old oil drums. Submarine built for a James Bond film. Quite a large scale model of a Russian sub. At last, a proper sub. But, a bit of a fish out of water. Red alert. We've dived so deep the pressure has broken the guages. And to think, you can fit all of that into one of these!