This sylph was really posing for you. It took on the shape of a Japanese
flying crane, the same crane which is fashioned in paper,origami, to represent
a prayer for peace. I remember seeing hundreds of thousands folded paper
cranes made by school children and sent to Hiroshima annually.
This is the same sylph which has been photographed resting
atop Mount Fuji and probably crossed the Pacific specifically to be photographed
The sylph could have decided on any image but chose a crane.
The wispy clouds are like calligraphic brush strokes, also Japanese in theme.
Have you been having a lot of internet "hits" from
Japan? Have you had any recent correspondence with someone from Japan?
The sylph tuned into you to check your itinerary, and may
have read some of your remembered emails. Something important is probably
in your email.
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