It's not easy to make landscape a place: you have to feel it - Fiona Stafford | Aeon Ideas

There is a big difference between 'place' and 'landscape', even though the words are often used interchangeably. The original meaning of 'landscape' came from 17th-century artistic discourse. It referred to 'a picture representing natural inland scenery' (as opposed to a portrait or a sea view, according to the Oxford English Dictionary) and the term has continued to be associated with visual perceptions of land.

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