blinding white love


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  • As we made our way through blinding white hangars staffed by black-clad salesgirls who, Grace kept exclaiming, were so much more helpful than their Parisian counterparts, it almost felt like old times, and I didn’t even mind being entrusted, sherpalike, with two Armani garment bags, whose plastic casing stuck moistly to my bare arms.

    Dreaming in French

  • The roads are blinding white and deep with burning dust, the tops of all the mountains are blinding white and cold with never-melting snow, and a piercing wind blows through this narrow alpine corridor, which flays the skin off your face, at least whatever skin the sun does not broil off it at the same time.

    Further Records, 1848-1883: A Series of Letters

  • Bo Cleevil stumbled backward in surprise as the shadows were broken by a blinding white light.

    May Bird, Warrior Princess

  • The world had lost all form and definition; solid color without shadow or shape spilled across the landscape in two hues: blue, rich, vibrant, startling blue sky unbroken by a single wisp of cloud; and white, blinding white snow reflecting a fulgent late morning sun.

    The Mammoth Hunters

  • It was an immaculate place with quiet brick facings and blinding white trim.



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