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in·scape

 (ĭn′skāp′)
n.
The essential, distinctive, and revelatory quality of a thing: "Here is the inscape, the epiphany, the moment of truth" (Madison Smartt Bell).

inscape

(ˈɪnskeɪp)
n
(Philosophy) the essential inner nature of a person, an object, etc
[C19: from in-2 + -scape, as in landscape; coined by Gerard Manley Hopkins]
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Hopkins, far too skittish and frail to have been anyone's dive buddy, would have called this instress: the expression of the manta's unique divine DNA, its cosmic distinctiveness, its inscape. I called it inspiration, though I didn't know where it would take me.
Stones ring[ing]," "tucked string tell[ing]," and bells sounding out their essence into the world, building to the key idea in the second quatrain: "Each mortal thing does one thing and the same/...myself it speaks and spells,/ Crying What I do is me: for that I came." Here Hopkins uses the metaphor of nature sounding itself to endorse the philosophy that he dubbed inscape, the idea that each living thing announces and reaffirms its own individuality.
The world that Hodgkin pictures through windows becomes his inner world--a sort of inscape (to use poet Gerard Manley Hopkins's word) within the landscape.