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seascape

[′sē‚skāp]
(oceanography)
The surrounding sea as it appears to an observer.
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Lendio added Tanon Strait was declared as a protected seascape in 1998 under the NIPAS law and is now being managed by multi-sectoral protected area management councils that are being established in every local government unit within the TSPS coverage area.
Caption: Thiago Rocha Pitta, seascape with cianobacteria, 2017, pigmented plaster on cement, 28 x 35 1/8".
"Hiroshi Sugimoto: Seascapes" is a magnificently published, flawlessly produced compendium of his photography work with seascapes that is very highly recommended for personal, professional, and academic library Photography Studies reference collections.
He gained acclaim for painting seascapes after settling in Port Clyde, Maine, on the state's rugged mid-coast, where he lived until his death in 1945.
The exhibition in Saltburn will consist of seascapes specifically created for the Saltburn Station Gallery reflecting the gallery's location by the sea.
Together, we can change the way we think about our ocean open spaces, and move forward meaningful protection for our most vital seascapes.
But there are fears beautiful seascapes could be damaged by development such as wind turbines and other renewable energy, oil extraction, dredging for aggregates, more shipping and port development unless steps are taken.
Seascapes, made up of coastal and inshore sea areas, play a significant role in people's well-being, according to a National Trust poll which found two-thirds of those quizzed thought visiting the coast or seaside was important to their quality of life.
But wouldn't Turnage's more substantial Drowned Out have proved a far more appropriate seascape inclusion?
They are fully equipped and sleep from two to four people in the Seascape apartments up to 20-plus in the Manor house complex.
What is properly sublime," Immanuel Kant explains in Critique of the Power of Judgment (1790), "cannot be contained in any sensible form, but concerns only ideas of reason, which, though no presentation adequate to them is possible, are provoked and called to mind precisely by this inadequacy, which does allow of sensible presentation." At Gagosian's 21st Street venue, Hiroshi Sugimoto's 14 black-and-white gelatin silver prints from his ongoing Seascapes series are set in two enormous rectangular rooms.