When setting the scene in writing historical fiction, ask yourself "How does your character see a scene?" You don't write a description for description's sake. Rather, setting the scene is an aspect of the mood of your point of view character.
How does the young woman above see the scene before her? Depending on what is going on in her life and what drives her to this place, the land before her might seem beautiful, desolate, even frightening.
Is she running away and what she sees in front of her fills her with dread? Is she about to meet her love, and is she excited and awed by what lies before her? Is this a place where she always goes to figure out difficult situations in her life? Has she traveled long and far to get here and is this the last part of her journey? If so, where did she come from and why?
To find out, you need to be in her point of view. Your desire as the writer isn't important. If you're having trouble with setting your scene, something in an earlier prompt may give you insight into the woman's point of view.
Use the prompt as a jumping off point. She can be anywhere in time and place. Put pen to paper and start writing. Have fun!