One of the definitions of “landscape” is “a place that is composed of one or more linear structures or natural features, usually of natural or man-made origin, that influence the physical appearance of the land.
As we pointed out in the second part of our “Landscape Definition” post, a “natural feature” can be anything that might be considered “unnatural.” For example, a natural feature like a tree, a stream, or a pond can be a sign that something is unnatural or dangerous.
But what is unnatural? What are the signs of something being unnatural? It’s a tricky question to answer. The first question usually is how much of a natural feature is it? So a tree that is too big to fit through the window of a house is unnatural. A tree that is hidden behind a wall is unnatural. A tree that is not visible from a certain angle is unnatural.
A tree that is too big to fit through the window of a house is unnatural. A tree that is hidden behind a wall is unnatural. A tree that is not visible from a certain angle is unnatural. Natural features have certain physical properties that make them suitable for a particular environment, such as being sturdy enough to withstand the elements or having a certain shape. An unnatural feature, on the other hand, is something that is not typical and is not suitable for a natural environment.
The tree is not unnatural. It doesn’t fit through the window of a house. It isn’t a natural feature, but it is a feature that is not very common at the moment.
The tree in question is a very common tree, but it is not uncommon for humans to use tree limbs to create a shelter for themselves. A natural feature is something that is not uncommon, but doesn’t have specific properties that make it useful. It doesn’t fit through a house window, but it is a feature that does.
And like the Tree of Life that I described in the previous article, it is not unique. In fact, the word “natural” is used in a very specific sense as a property of the Earth. The word “natural” is a property of the Earth that is not exclusive to specific species, but is something that is not exclusive to the Earth. As a tree is a natural feature, so is a human.
This is a nice example. Some properties can be considered “natural” for a reason. The Earth is made of rocks, for example, and it is natural for the Earth to be a rock-based planet. The Earth is made of water and it is natural for the Earth to be a water-based planet. Similarly, humans are made of bones, and it is natural for humans to be made of bone-based creatures.
Just because something is natural doesn’t mean that it is universally true. For example, some species are natural for being made of bone, but we know that some other species are natural for being made of stone. What we can say with confidence is that humans are natural for being made of bone. Some species are natural for being made of wood, but we know that some other species are natural for being made of stone.
We know that we are made of bones because we have bones. We are bone-based creatures. We are also flesh-based creatures. If there were no bones then we would be nothing but fleshy creatures. Thats why we are made of bones.