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Disappearing Mist

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Disappearing mist

Lightbox version

iPhone photo from quite a while ago, at Big Bowl, I think, modified recently in SwankoLab.1

Title is again a poorly remembered Japanese proverb, which according to Wikiquote reads as:

雲散霧消 unsan mushō

  • Literally: scattered clouds, disappearing mist
  • Meaning: Disappear without a trace.
Footnotes:
  1.  using Grizzle Fix, Rasputin, and Vinny’s BL94 []

Written by Seth Anderson

September 27th, 2010 at 10:13 am

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