Do you consider waterfalls as a landscape?

Started Jul 17, 2010 | Discussions thread
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In reply to jezsik, Jul 22, 2010

Call it whatever you want. I've got better things to do than play childish semantic games.

jezsik wrote:

iMac, therefore iAm wrote:

and the common definition for landscape is: An expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view.

Yet earlier you wrote "The definition that it must be a 'broad view' is utterly ridiculous."

A waterfall fits that definition.

If a waterfall is part of an expanse of scenery, as in your image, it is a landscape. A waterfall is not a landscape in and of iteself.

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