Tremendous Nature Photography

In recent decades the term surroundings has gain wide practice. Jay Appleton (see Environmental psychology) distinguished environment from landscape by referring to the latter as “the environment perceived”. An advantage which the term environment has over landscape is, as Bourassa noted, that atmosphere can refer more eagerly to urban scene even if the term urban landscape is also in common usage. As the term situation embraces the total physical, biological, cultural and aesthetic components of an area, it is generally regarded as too broad and around a term for landscape.

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