- From river + landscape (Wiktionary)
“Vincent Van Gogh took up painting in that year, and Monet painted Sunset on the Seine in Winter, and the sculptor Rodin turned out The Thinker, and Renoir began his riverscape masterpiece, Luncheon of the Boating Party.”
“As captured on video, the riverscape seemed to consist chiefly of slowwater sections winding through gentle bends and interrupted occasionally by riffles.”
“She could see the government barge still tied to its dock, its red enamel and gilt trim as brilliant as a flower in the gray-green riverscape.”
“The steam around them thinned just long enough for Morgan to catch a glimpse of a boiling riverscape, at what seemed entirely the wrong angle.”
“He passed her a black and white riverscape of towering cliffs on either hand and a cascade of water that seemed to fall from the heavens to dwarf the tiny figures of half-naked men and boats in the foreground.”
“She smoked her cigarette, looking hard at the riverscape.”
“A barrier dam across the entire estuary at one or another point in the freshwater section could prevent such penetration, but would be hugely expensive and undoubtedly more obtrusive on a much-used part of the riverscape than most upstream reservoirs could possibly be.”
“You look out through your mosquito net each morning, over the table and chairs on your balcony, at the riverscape just beyond.”
“We see stampeding wildebeest, red rocky caverns, perspective-skewed savannah after grassland after dark reddened riverscape.”
“Some of Gudgel's optimism comes from anticipated results of a riverscape master plan initiative funded by the city council and carried out by the Riverfront Improvement Committee.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘riverscape’.
Landscapes et al. Much of this shamelessly swiped from http://www.wordnik.com/lists/wordscape
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