snowscape


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snowscape

(ˈsnəʊˌskeɪp)
n
a snow-covered landscape
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Whether small and intimate or vast and complex, on a sweeping African plain, bustling city, private tropical island or frozen snowscape, each is an exceptional place for guests to find themselves.
Without giving any plot points away, frame drops should be expected during heavy battles and even at times when there's nothing on the screen except the vast desolate snowscape of Russia.
At an age when most children are playing hide-and-seek, he was learning important lessons on survival; how to read the weather, find shelter in a frozen snowscape, or live off the land as his Inuit neighbors had done for centuries.
Alive still, his dad rasped, "You know, I always wished you had kept up with going to church." The eye was as cold as the snowscape. Dragged to worship weekly, in dutiful tie and sport coat, by his mother--how many points had Joe amassed?
Heavy snowfall began in the early evening and by this morning Hehuanshan had become a white winterland again, with many excited tourists quickly rushing to capture photos of the snowscape.
Many readers decided to make the most of the snowscape, some taking spectacular pictures of the local scenery, others heading out for some sledging, snowball fights or to make eye-catching snowmen.
Painting is well represented too: Kunsthandel Giese & Schweiger from Vienna presents a 1935 snowscape by Alfons Walde, while a verdant landscape by Kirchner is offered by Wienerroither & Kohlbacher.
(51) In Lucky Star (1929), Charles Farrell's crippled war hero staggers across an impossibly empty, virtually invisible snowscape, but his stumbling progress is portrayed in all its intractable, stoical pain; likewise, in the opening scene of The River, Farrell's floating figure is positioned within a whirlpool but also as a thing of weight itself, corporeal debris floating at the very lip of the void.
Father and son adventure duo Ian and Tom Hopper take the winter snowscape in the wilder parts of Northumberland in their stride.