It was pitch black out. Samantha yawned, not out of tiredness but out of a certain sense of boredom. She really didn't sleep that much as a general rule, so there wasn't ever going to be a real problem with lurking in the wet, cold and damp for extended periods of time. But, when you remained almost unmoving for hours on end, the body began to creak and groan and the muscles ached with a desire for some form of motion. It was a pain she had grown used to, one that was almost as familiar as it was irritating. Most of her teammates were the sort to have very little patience for this sort of work, even worse than her, but that made the experience no less pleasant.
Worse, the longer that you remained in one place, observing a thing and waiting for a change, the more that boredom started to impact your focus. This meant that if you weren't careful, you could miss details, especially when you were looking for something minor and small, such as what she was doing right now.
She was watc