Scenery

  • (noun): The painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale.
    Example: "They worked all night painting the scenery"
    Synonyms: scene
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on scenery:

Martung - Images Gallery
... Glimpses of Martung A nice scenery of Martung, with Manzkalai prominently visible A view of Asharo Sar village in Martung Tehsil A close up view of Koozkalai, Martung A view of Koozkalai ...
Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania
... Scenery Hill is an unincorporated community in North Bethlehem Township in Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States ... Scenery Hill often features entertainment and other exhibits during the event ... Scenery Hill is home to small Lutheran and Methodist congregations ...
Sunshine Meadows - Scenery
... It is the unique mountain scenery which makes Sunshine Meadows a notable habitat ... In September the scenery alters dramatically, with the larches turning yellow and red in the season’s final burst of colour ...
Scenery Generator - Applications
... Scenery generators are commonly used in movies, animations and video games ... Scenery generated by the software may also be used to create completely computer-generated scenes ... Scenery generators in video games give a variety of benefits, due to their procedural nature ...
List Of Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei Characters - Background Characters
... It has appeared in the scenery since chapter 20 ... It has appeared in the scenery since chapter 41 ... It has appeared in the scenery since chapter 46 ...

More definitions of "scenery":

  • (noun): The appearance of a place.

Famous quotes containing the word scenery:

    Charles Foster Kane: You always said you wanted to live in a palace.
    Susan Alexander: Oh, a person could go crazy in this dump. Nobody to talk to, nobody to have any fun with.
    Charles Foster Kane: Susan.
    Susan Alexander: Forty-nine thousand acres of nothing but scenery and statues. I’m lonely.
    Orson Welles (1915–1985)

    The scenery of mountain towns is commonly too much crowded. A town which is built on a plain of some extent, with an open horizon, and surrounded by hills at a distance, affords the best walks and views.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    As they are not seen on their way down the streams, it is thought by fishermen that they never return, but waste away and die, clinging to rocks and stumps of trees for an indefinite period; a tragic feature in the scenery of the river bottoms worthy to be remembered with Shakespeare’s description of the sea-floor.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)