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They perceive mountains where there are no mountains, but frequently a great peak appears no larger than a rat-trap.
Treatises on landscape painting desiderated scenic encyclopaedias of pastoral, urban, mountains and far sea.
I think it is perhaps also to do with my love of remote places, my love of mountains rather than cities.
He would go off into the mountains for days on end.
Most campesinos live between two thousand and four thousand metres up in the mountains, in the harshest land, and still they are exploited.
Caves, valleys, mountains, rivers- all were invested with a profound reverential significance.
The mountains and lakes were now revered as a source of" uplift".
Sharp ridges, or arêtes, were formed between the corries and some of the mountains have pyramidal peaks.
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