- From moon + -scape. (Wiktionary)
- moon + (land)scape. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“In fact, the landscape could better be described as a moonscape: the flat sand plain, the occasional meteorite crater, and of course the chain of mountains guarding the landward approach about a half mile inland.”
“Rather than a lush green brush under a canopy of towering pines, McClanahan says much of the 5,900-acre park has become "moonscape" - in some spots, for as far as the eye can see.”
“Rather than lush green brush under a canopy of pines, park superintendent Todd McClanahan says much of Bastrop is a charred "moonscape" - in some spots, as far as the eye can see.”
“Unfortunately, past the chalet, the wind has come up and the final 6 kilometres over the moonscape is a vastly different challenge from our first ascent from Bedoin.”
“Brooks Porter said a beachhouse on Beach Drive, a road locals dubbed moonscape after the storm, simply was scrap and half of another eight-bedroom home on Thunder Road was found on the ground behind its pilings.”
“When we final left name-dropping suspicion football enthusiast Peter King, he was creation a foolish volume of money, resisting a temptation to have a doze celebration during assorted players houses, as well as marveling during barren moonscape which is Eastern Connecticut thru his Acela cabin window.”
“He called it more like a "moonscape" than a functioning nation and likely more abused and long-suffering than any other.”
“But those reading John Pilger's comments in his new book Freedom Next Time would be struck by his dismal description of the country post-2001 as looking more like a "moonscape" than a functioning country.”
“Nauru used to be one of the righest nations in the world, until its lucrative phosphate mines dried up, leaving a "moonscape" behind.”
“Peter King of Sports Illustrated labeled the snowy, unplowed "moonscape" a "debacle" in a Twitter message even before Friday's ice accident at the stadium.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘moonscape’.
Landscapes et al. Much of this shamelessly swiped from http://www.wordnik.com/lists/wordscape
Looking for tweets for moonscape.