harborscape

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harbor +‎ -scape

Noun[edit]

harborscape (plural harborscapes)

  1. A landscape dominated by a harbor.
    • 2007 April 20, Grace Glueck, “An Anglophilic Yankee Aristocrat and His Finds Across the Pond”, New York Times:
      Displayed among all three floors of the Yale center’s public exhibition galleries, “Legacy,” organized in association with the academy, presents every aspect of Mellon’s collecting activities in the field, from an iconic, light-steeped harborscape by J. M. W. Turner, “Dort, or Dordrecht, the Dort Packet-boat From Rotterdam Becalmed” (1818), to a manuscript map from 1587 that shows the route of Sir Francis Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe a decade earlier.