use picturesque in a sentence.
It could also just mean there will be picturesque scenery mounted on the interior.
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On the other hand, the (strange, considering MacPaint) absence of a built-in image editor has led to a very healthy ecosystem of small, "indie" image editors on OSX: Pixelmator, Acorn, Seashore, Paintbrush, DrawIt and Sketch, ChocoFlop, and even more "niche" products like Picturesque.
Edinburgh is ridiculously picturesque and historical but it does have a reputation for being, when compared to Glasgow, of not nearly such a welcoming place.
Now taking photographs in Moscow subway ('metro') is allowed, and groups of tourists with cameras could be seen on most picturesque stations when I last visited it in 2011.
It's as if someone took a few beautiful pictures of picturesque landscapes and then in the last few shots the bottom of the photo included their stinky foot and some empty cans of Bud Light.
NZ is an extraordinarily picturesque country filled with sweet but naive people.
Apart from following most of my FB friends on instagram, I like to follow people who post very very picturesque photos.