Hi Victoria, I'll try to give you some other examples to help you understand how each of the other words (except "view" which is correct) could be collocated, alongwith each different significance.
By the way the "...view of the countryside from the front of the bus" is related to what you can see from the position of being at the front of the bus, as opposed to the view from the back of the bus, or the left-hand side of the bus.
"Did you catch sight of the monument when you were on the bus?" This means that I'm asking you if you were able to quickly see the famous monument as the bus drove past it.
Then the word "scene" is usually related to a moment or sequence on tv, in a film/movie, or in a theatre play, for example: "Did you see the scene in the film where the girl was looking at the view as the bus travelled through the countryside?"
"There was some spectacular scenery as we travelled through the countryside" means that I'm talking about our past experience when we saw some spectacular areas as we travelled through the countryside.
I always try to help my students, not only by answering their questions about one specific thing, but by providing them with complete explanations about all of the other possibilities related to the original question.
I do this by giving examples which typify the use of any word or expression in an appropriate context.
So hopefully all of the above info will help make it clearer and easier to understand how each different word can be used!
There are, of course, many other examples for each of the above words...can anyone else think of some other ones?