It's nice to say "Mountains are smiling."
When I am surrounded by such scenery, I feel delightful, too.
(As for bottom three,)
There are under the title of "Mountains are smiling" as well. But "The countryside is smiling" could represent what they were more closely.
Copyrighted by K. Nakata
Translated by yumisakurai
In Japanese we say "Mountains are smiling" to express that trees at mountains begin to spring into leaf in mid-spring, like these piks, thogh it is quite literay expression. In addition, "mountain" actually represents same meaning of countryside in Japan because of geographic reason.