<Seen> from amid their shadows the sky grew greenish above me.

park sang joon

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Korean
I bean drawing deep breaths as I headed away from the risen sun.
Wind in my hair, dust in my eyes. . . I bore toward a cluster of boulders, passed among them. Seen from amid their shadows the sky grew greenish above me.
["Trump of Doom" of The Great Book of Amber by Roger Zelazny]
I'd like to know if the underlined sentence means the following:
"It was seen by me that from amid their shadows, the sky grew greenish above me."
Thank you in advance for your help.
 
  • park sang joon

    Senior Member
    Korean
    Thank you, Glenfarclas, for another very helpful answer from you. :)
    Then how about the following?
    "The sky <seen from amid their shadows> grew greenish above me."
     
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