Kefalonia Sky in June
More often than not, they engage in harmonious cooperation. The sea and the sky, I mean.
Once in a while though, one or the other decides to break the pact and just do "its own thing." June and September are typical months for this arrogant behavior, with the sky usually being the culprit. While the sea succumbs to the inevitable end of the day, the great ceiling insists on making the lasting impression before all lights are turned off.
Due to this lack of cooperation, the island does gets a bit "top heavy",

as long as I get my cotton candy heavens, who am I to take sides?

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