Monday, August 25, 2014


In the east the sky became pale and smoky.  The trees and a line of pylons sprang out in silhouette against it like a dimly lighted cyclorama.  The sky yellowed.  The silhouettes changed slowly into three dimensional figures.  A slight breeze sprang up.

Eric Ambler, Cause For Alarm (1939)

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