moonscape


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moonscape

the general surface of the moon or a representation of it
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in, 1932, Slag and waste from Palmer's shipyard would be dumped here turning the land into a virtual moonscape
Infrastructure is crumbling with some road surfaces looking like a moonscape. Public transport is overcrowded with standing room only.
The crystalline waters give a good view of the moonscape beneath which tumbles off to invisible depths.
I fear for my elderly geldings who get so depressed standing on that frozen moonscape with their achy old-man legs that they sometimes stop eating, stop taking the short walk to the trough.
volcanic moonscape Driving north for 20 minutes we hit the Timanfaya National Park with its amazing volcanic moonscape.
MOONSCAPE Beinn a'Chaolais and Aonach-bheinn (Paps of Jura) in winter, across the Abhainn Mhor
In a single day at the Battle of the Somme in 1916, 100,000 British troops plodded across a cratered moonscape into steady machinegun volleys from German trenches.
He looked ahead at the post-apocalyptic moonscape of Liverpool shimmering on the horizon in the infernal heat.
They dig in the backyard, hollowing craters that rival a moonscape, and they dig at the beach, gleefully tossing sand in the air around them.
Summary: At this border camp for displaced Syrians, 3-by-2 meter white plastic dome tents line row by row across a dusty, barren moonscape, enclosed by a barbed wire fence.
It is billed as a "mischievous moonscape of pink pepper, mandarin and heliotrope deepened by exotic teakwood and vanilla oak."
Medal Of Valour completed Johnston's treble at the track when overturning odds-on shot Moonscape by three and a quarter lengths in the concluding 1m maiden.