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"There are certain moments of looking at a familiar mountain which
are unrepeatable. A question of a particular light, an exact
temperature, the wind, the season. You could live seven lives and
never see the mountain quite like that again; its face is as
specific as a momentary glance across a table at breakfast.
A mountain stays in the same place, and can almost be considered immortal, but to those who are familiar with the mountain, it never repeats itself. It has another timescale."  —
John Berger