and on the snow in the middle distance
Plate XIII, Fig. 1
(cropped to squares; west, middle, east)
John Trowbridge (1843-1923 *). “On the Gaseous Constitution of the H and K lines of the Solar Spectrum, together with a Discussion of Reversed Gaseous Lines.” Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science V (Sixth Series) (January-June 1903) : 524-29
University of Michigan copy, digitized October 3, 2005
for the snow-line would then be
snow in the middle distance.
The wood was wrapped with cotton. *
a light fall of fine snow
these lines faintly *
the increase of atmosphere
and other exceptional conditions.
vapour does in dry air *
if not as white as plaster-of-paris
high gales and drifting snow,
few people would envy the observer
snow phrases, selected from other papers in same volume.
rearranged (to one post, what was three)
blind; cotton; distance; middle distance; snow; spectra; vapour