A famous classical Chinese poem from the Song dynasty describes the views of a mist-covered mountain called Lushan.
The poem was inscribed on the wall of a Buddhist monastery by Su Shi, a renowned poet, artist, and calligrapher of the 11th century.
Deceptively simple, the poem captures the illusory nature of
Written on the Wall of West Forest Temple
From the side, it's a mountain ridge.
Looking up, it's a single peak.
Far or near, high or low, it never looks the same.
You can't know the true face of Lu Mountain