Park description creative writing
· Descriptive writing- park 22.2K 12 6. by rachy345. by rachy345 Follow. Share. Share via Email Report Story Send. Send to Friend. Share. Share via Email Report Story Park. The old trees bordering the fields acted like guards, muffling the sound of the busy city around them and creating a peaceful haven for the small creatures that ...
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· To practice, I thought of a scenario and decided to try my hand at describing it. This scenario is not from the viewpoint of any characters, just a general observation. The scene is at a park in the early morning on the first day of spring.My goal is to paint a vivid word picture. =====…
· When writing descriptively you should consider the time and place. For example, a deserted park at night requires a completely different description from a busy park during the daytime.
· A day at a theme park. About this resource. Info. Created: Dec 8, 2011. Updated: Oct 3, 2012. pptx, 169 KB. A day at a theme park. Report a problem. Categories & Ages. English; English / Creative writing; English / Non-fiction; 11-14; 14-16; View more. Tes Classic Free Licence. How can I re-use this? Other resources by this author. maz1 ...
· Behind the Random: I don’t have much experience with amusement parks. They’re very pricey and usually not worth the effort in my opinion. Still, I think everyone should experience a good park at least once in their life. If only to say they did. This is a semi-non-fictional experience I had.