Unformatted text preview: rough, is snowing outside and must be very cold and wet, the boat is rocking side to side and must be hard to hold on to. The sailors have to be frightened and just hope for the best. In the inlet it’s a happy, present afternoon. Everything is calm and nothing to be frightened about. Even the colors match the paintings one is dark while the other is lighter shade with some yellows and light blues. I think this is fundamental to Japanese because its true. The ocean/waters can be just like it shows. One day they are calm the next it looks like a tsunami. It’s the real facts with paint on paper....
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course BUS 105 taught by Professor Harris during the Spring '10 term at Appalachian State.
- Spring '10