When I was a little-un, I used to study garden snails very closely as they glided slowly along the garden wall. I would try to see a facial expression on their faces, hoping that they would smile lazily at me when I picked them up. Me being me, I often created a whole personality and background for them in my head, which would then convince me that they were either smiling, frowning (at me), or even crying. It made them real to me.
I sometimes yearn for that time, when uncensored creativity was the order of the day.
I want to get re-acquainted with that part of myself. If I find more micro photography images, I will post them here.
If you recommend a micro photography blog that I should look at, please let me know below!
P.S- This little guy is called Oscar. He is running away from home, because his mum tidied his room without asking, which made him mad. He’s a little Emo sullen, which is why he is hanging his head down as he slides.
My eyes have been opened! Thanks to the great Natasha Lester, I have discovered a whole world of literary devices that I never knew existed. OK, some I knew of. But others…I just had no idea. None.
And this got me thinking….
I have never studied creative writing, where I probably would have come across things like literary devices. Therefore my work thus far has lacked the depth that studying creative writing could have given it. So being the eager sponge that I am, I want to educate myself.
Should I do a degree? Can I king-hit a certificate? How about starting on a statement of attainment?
What do you all think I should do? Should I learn as I go? Should I study a certain course?
Comment below, and tell me how you got to be so good.
P.S- Did you see what I did there?
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