- n. Plural form of snowscape.
“While successful in acclimating us to its beautiful, yet often hostile snowscapes, Whiteout ultimately comes up short.”
“He showed me older pictures of his Himalayan home: breathtaking scenes of hillsides decked with azaleas in spring, lush green valleys in summer, a forest in glorious autumn reds and golds, and mountain snowscapes in winter.”
“Douglas's music formed a more explicitly jazzy backdrop to the desolate snowscapes, whirling cell-structure patterns, Bavarian wedding footage and baleful crowd scenes of Morrison's film.”
“Sorry to go off topic, but I think about the movie Fargo whenever I see these total snowscapes.”
“Eisenhower's tastes ran to plashing streams, dilapidated barns and birch-studded snowscapes in a style that might be called Greeting Card Pastoral.”
“Drifting through the show last May, I saw many shallow games and many derivative games: superheroes dueling with giant robots, skateboarders flashing Nike logos, boxers throwing punches amid showers of sweat and spittle, warriors trudging through jungles and snowscapes.”
“The idea of Peterson doing snowscapes excites me like mad.”
“After Blankets, I was definitely sick of drawing myself and sick of drawing these mundane mid-western snowscapes," he said.”
“The seven-part Attenborough series and huge ratings hit which ranged over both Arctic and Antarctic snowscapes to deliver nature red in tooth and high in definition.”
“Any cozy feelings engendered by this weekend's monster snowstorm -- the impromptu snowball fights, the fairytale-like snowscapes, the neighborly”
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