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1  The sun was almost down on the mountain tops, and the shadows of the whole group fell long upon the snow.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVII
2  It seemed as though the mountain range had separated two atmospheres, and that now we had got into the thunderous one.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
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3  The sun was now right down upon the mountain top, and the red gleams fell upon my face, so that it was bathed in rosy light.
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4  It was strange to see the snow falling in such heavy flakes close to us, and beyond, the sun shining more and more brightly as it sank down towards the far mountain tops.
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5  It is now not far off sunset time, and over the snow the light of the sun flow in big yellow flood, so that we throw great long shadow on where the mountain rise so steep.
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6  We saw it in all its grandeur, perched a thousand feet on the summit of a sheer precipice, and with seemingly a great gap between it and the steep of the adjacent mountain on any side.
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7  Strangely enough those pursued did not seem to realise, or at least to care, that they were pursued; they seemed, however, to hasten with redoubled speed as the sun dropped lower and lower on the mountain tops.
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8  To the west was a great valley, and then, rising far away, great jagged mountain fastnesses, rising peak on peak, the sheer rock studded with mountain ash and thorn, whose roots clung in cracks and crevices and crannies of the stone.
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