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LANDSCAPE

LANDSCAPE
types of landscapes perspectives of landscapes conclusion

landscape
an area, appearance of an area, or the gathering of objects that make that appearance. (Mayhew)

TYPES OF LANDSCAPES
ordinary symbolic derelict fear power sublime

ORDINARY

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SYMBOLIC

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DERELICT

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FEAR

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POWER

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SUBLIME

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LANDSCAPE IS ALSO A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE

LANDSCAPE AS NATURE

LANDSCAPE AS NATURE pristine, romantic, wilderness, natural science, seductive view, enduring, everlasting

LANDSCAPE AS HABITAT

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LANDSCAPE AS HABITAT earth as the home of man settlement patterns blend of mankind and nature urban, rural

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A landscape is a medal cast in the image of its people.


PAUL VIDAL DE LA BLACHE

NCR landscape as seen from Antipolo, 2009. David Garcia.

LANDSCAPE AS ARTIFACT

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LANDSCAPE AS ARTIFACT humans as creators manipulation of landscape landscape architecture landscaping urban landscapes

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LANDSCAPE AS SYSTEM

Mt. Pinatubo lahar. Hamblin and Christiansen. Earths Dynamic Systems

LANDSCAPE AS SYSTEM cycles, equilibrium open, closed processes, dynamic exchange ows, thresholds, Inputs, throughputs, outputs

Mt. Pinatubo lahar. Hamblin and Christiansen. Earths Dynamic Systems

LANDSCAPE AS PROBLEM

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LANDSCAPE AS PROBLEM eroded hills, ooding rivers species extinction, pollution urban sprawl, aesthetic and design problem

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LANDSCAPE AS WEALTH

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LANDSCAPE AS WEALTH factor of production, real estate, nice view cadastres, land titles, ownership, inheritance, patrimony

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LANDSCAPE AS IDEOLOGY

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LANDSCAPE AS IDEOLOGY system of ideas, belief mechanisms discourse, imperial gaze, power

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LANDSCAPE IS FROM LANDSCHAFT

LANDSCHAFT MEANT A LAND UNDER A PARTICULAR RULE.

LANDSCHAFT MEANT A LAND UNDER LAW

LANDSCAPE AS HISTORY

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LANDSCAPE AS HISTORY records in landscape geology, human history, chronology, palimpsest

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LANDSCAPE AS HISTORY palimpsest

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LANDSCAPE AS PALIMPSEST MEANS THAT THERE ARE MEMORIES IN THE LANDSCAPE THAT ARE RECORDED WHILE OTHERS ARE ERASED.

LANDSCAPE AS PLACE

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LANDSCAPE AS PLACE Meaning, symbolization, Uniqueness of locations

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LANDSCAPE AS AESTHETIC

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LANDSCAPE AS AESTHETIC elements of design, color, texture, mass, balance, forms, beauty

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A landscape is nothing but an impression.


CLAUDE MONET

Impression, Sunrise. Impression soleil levant, 1972. Claude Monet

The only real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, bu tin having new eyes; in seeing the universe through the eyes of another, one hundred others in seeing the hundred universes that each of them sees.
MARCEL PROUS

In A la recherche du temps perdu, 1913-1927

The only real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
MARCEL PROUS

In A la recherche du temps perdu, 1913-1927

REFERENCES
Knox, Paul, Sallie Marston, and Alan Nash. Human Geography. Prentice-Hall. 2004. Mayhew, Susan. A Dictionary of Geography. Oxford. 2004. Meinig, D.W. The Beholding Eye: Ten Versions of the Same Scene. Wylie, John. Landscape. 2007.