The seasons are changing and we are in a time of transformation. Take a walk with your notebook and notice what is changing. Really notice your surroundings. Are summer flowers giving way to the blossoms of fall? Is the sky a different shade of blue than it is at the height of summer? Does the wind feel different? Does the air smell different? How has the light changed? If nothing looks different to you today, write a description of what you see and make a date to repeat this exercise in a month's time. You are training yourself to sharpen your observational skills; you are learning to see like a writer.
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The wind is definitely colder. The skys are more gray. It reminds of that Disney Pocahontas' song "Colors of the Wind". Good exercise!
Those are great observations! I'm glad you enjoyed the exercise.
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