He was “overwhelmed by the feeling” that “the Suffolk expanses” had “shrunk once and for all to a single, blind, insensate spot.”
That dream of his when he rode on the Wiltshire expanses—a curious dream: the lark silent, the earth dissolving.
There were expanses of heavy tree and bush growth that they could not penetrate.
The most important natural resources are the expanses of rich arable land, the rivers, and the forests.
He glimpsed it as it moved across the squares of gray, then lost it as it merged in the expanses of shadow between.
The laws of color preference differ with the size of expanses.
All the way I kept thinking of expanses of clean water and of breezes off the lake.
By the time these forms have thickened, the expanses of daffodil will have become a mass of bluebells.
Palma seems to have had no other aim than to fill his canvases with expanses of fair flesh and yellow hair.
The grey plains are therefore not expanses of water now, nor were they in time past.