what's the difference between landscape and view? Who can tell the difference to me? and How should I understand the sentence below the landscape is hidden from view? In my opinion. view equals landscape. I can't understand it.
Sep 17, 2012 11:31 AM
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A view is anything you can see, usually outdoors. It could be the side of a building or a countryside. Also, when something is in view, it means that you are able to see it. "The parade came into view." = People were able to see the parade. A landscape is a particular type of view, usually involving trees, fields and such, found more in the countryside, but can also refer to someone's yard or lawn, if there are trees and bushes planted.
September 17, 2012
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