They crossed the torrent by a stone bridge that seemed to have become a natural feature in the landskip.
As far as I can judge of the future landskip from this Sketch, it will be an admirable one.
In the 16th century Camden speaks of "a landskip, as they call it."
In the first half the poet describes specific examples of what he calls History and landskip.
An air of grottoes, of stone embellishments, arbours, and cunning recesses shed itself over the landskip.