1. What kind of weather does the sky indicate?
It's rainy day
It's a clear day
It's a snowy day
It's a foggy day
2. What is the only indication of life?
Farmer working on his land
Horse galloping across the field
3. What time does this take place?
Near the hour of dawn
1. It's a clear day
2. Barking dog
3. Near the hour of dawn
One summer night a man stood on a low hill overlooking a wide expanse of forest and field. By the full moon hanging low in the west he knew what he might not have known otherwise: that it was near the hour of dawn. A light mist lay along the earth, partly veiling the lower features of the landscape, but above it the taller trees showed in well-defined masses against a clear sky. Two or three farmhouses were visible through the haze, but in none of them, naturally, was a light. Nowhere, indeed, was any sign or suggestion of life except the barking of a distant dog, which repeated with mechanical iteration, served rather to accentuate than dispel the loneliness of the scene.