We've been told a little bit about the 'yellow dust' from China, which basically is sand that is swept across from the deserts by winds during the spring season. I wasn't quite sure how I would know it was here but yesterday took the cake.
This is the view of the Documentarist's apartment normally:
And here is what it looked like on Sunday:
It's not smog, it's not fog, it's dust. It has this weird chalky smell to it and smacks me with a headache and nausea every time I step outside. It's not like it's falling from the sky or that it's turning any of my clothes yellow, it's just this stuff that's hanging in the air. Talk about a smog alert.
I think I may have become truly Korean and get one of those masks.
Thanks Lady D for the use of your pics again!