View from the house at Tatton, showing the manner of connecting the two waters; and also the effect of the net-fence as a false scale, which lessens the size of the nearest water

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Landscape improver Humphry Repton imposes an aristocratic point of view upon the landscape, improving it by making its property borders seem unending. Important to consider is the not said within the said: the absence of the laboring poor, and the complete silence on how the land would have been used to generate wealth.