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" How shall I describe a landscape so unlike anything else in the world ; with a beauty so new and dazzling, that all ordinary comparisons are worthless ? A valley ten miles wide, through the centre of which winds the dry bed of a winter stream, whose course... "
Ten Years in Paradise: Leaves from a Society Reporter's Note-book - Page 187
by Mary Bowden Carroll - 1903 - 212 pages
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At Home and Abroad: A Sketch-book of Life, Scenery and Men

Bayard Taylor - Europe - 1862 - 509 pages
...which had been driven back by gardens and orchards, poured its intoxicating breath on the air. Now, how shall I describe a landscape so unlike anything else in the world—with a beauty so new and dazzling that all ordinary comparisons are worthless? A valley ten...
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The History of San Josť and Surroundings: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Frederic Hall - San Josť (Calif.) - 1871 - 537 pages
...in his description of this valley. In number five of his " Pictures of California," he thus writes: "How shall I describe a landscape so unlike anything...are worthless ? A valley ten miles wide, through the centre of which winds the dry bed of a winter stream, whose course is marked with groups of giant sycamores,...
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The History of San Josť and Surroundings: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Frederic Hall - San Josť (Calif.) - 1871 - 537 pages
...description of this valley. In number five of his " Pictures of California," he thus writes: "How shall 1 describe a landscape so unlike anything else in the...are worthless ? A valley ten miles wide, through the centre of which winds the dry bed of a winter stream, whose course is marked with groups of giant sycamores,...
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Sunset, Volume 12

California - 1903
...individual. Bayard Taylor, in his "Pictures of California," says of the view from Los Gatos: "How shall 1 describe a landscape so unlike anything else in the world, with a beauty so dazzling that all other comparisons are worthless. * * * Parklike groves of oaks. * * * In the distance...
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California, Romantic and Beautiful: The History of Its Old Missions and of ...

George Wharton James - California - 1914 - 433 pages
...voice to his prophecy in regard to California. He wrote as follows in his New Pictures from California: How shall I describe a landscape so unlike anything...are worthless? A valley ten miles wide, through the centre of which winds the dry bed of a winter stream, whose course is marked with groups of giant sycamores,...
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