What is observational writing?
Observational writing generally requires the writer to physically see an event or item. This allows the writer to take the time to study or observe over a specific amount of time, take notes and allow impressions to gestate.
How can I train my brain to notice more details?
Read on for a few tips to help you become a detail dynamo and get more productive in the process:Stop multi-tasking. Carry a camera. Set a timer for 15-minute intervals. Know when you’re not focused and implement ways to refocus. Practice, practice, practice. Reduce your information stream. Stay in touch. Listen more.
How do you observe nature?
How to Observe NatureChoose a spot and focus your attention on it. Look at the area up close and from a distance. Engage your senses; observation requires more than just the use of sight. Consider where you are in time. Look for connections. Remember to look everywhere. Use field guides. Practice observing for a few minutes daily.
What can we see in nature?
5 Everyday Sights in Nature (and Why You Should Notice Them)Moss. Here on the rainy west side of Washington, moss is everywhere. Rocks. Rocks are a tangible reminder of gigantic natural processes, like time and pressure, volcanism, and plate tectonics. Ants. Ants have received plenty of attention in pop culture. Trees. Parking Lot Birds.