Byron’s treatment of Nature is distinctive, different from that of the romantic school.
The charm of his nature-poetry lies in the beautiful description and picturesque experience related with great passion. He did not muse reflectively on Nature but was satisfied with her external beauty. Like words worth, he did not reach the heart of Nature by penetrative imagination. The emotion infused in these landscapes is born of the delightful relaxing of sorrow-laden soul that yearns for untrammeled expansion.”