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It was a cruel sight -- black rock and bitter snow, with cliffs so perpendicular that the Elsinore could have laid alongside of them in deep water, with great gashes and fissures, and with great surges thundering and spouting along all the length of it.
In the meantime the last antelope came lightly and securely, by the gully, by the black rock and the lone juniper into the Ceriso.
Finally they reached the remote and windswept coast - cliffs of black rock framed by immense icicles, relentlessly hammered by raging surf.
It was so they plotted the antelope's last running in the Ceriso: two to start the chase from the black rock toward the red scar of a winter torrent, two to leave the mouth of the wash when the first were winded, one to fend the ravine that led up to the broken ridges, one to start out of the scrub at the base of a smooth upward sweep, and, running parallel to it, keep the buck well into the open; all these when their first spurt was done to cross leisurely to new stations to take up another turn.