skyscape

[skahy-skeyp]
noun
1.
a section or portion of the sky, usually extensive and often including part of the horizon, that may be seen from a single viewpoint.
2.
a picture representing this.

Origin:
1810–20; sky + -scape

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skyscape (ˈskaɪˌskeɪp)
 
n
a painting, drawing, photograph, etc, representing or depicting the sky

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Still farther back, past a wide expanse of dry, sandy prairie and dominating the skyscape loom the bluffs.
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