vivid imagery helps you see the world clearly. The following are a few examples of vivid imagery I use in my writing.
Visually, the best images are often those that help us read more quickly, since they are more memorable. When I’m writing, I tend to focus on the visual, and I try to be as descriptive as possible to help the reader be more alert and receptive.
I find that by using vivid imagery, I often end up seeing things more clearly than if I use too much in my prose. Because of this, I like to use visuals in my writing. When I’m describing an action, I like to use a lot of vivid imagery, and I like to describe the action with color and motion.
In this example, it would be helpful to know that the two people are wearing white robes, and that the two people are holding up the white flowers to attract the attention of the guards.
I find this last point is another of the subtle benefits of using vivid imagery. The last part of the sentence is all about the color of the flowers being attracted to the guards, not how the two people are dressed.
It’s also helpful to know that the two people are wearing white robes, and that the two people are holding up the white flowers to attract the attention of the guards.
The two people in white robes are the guards. The two people holding up the white flowers are the Visionaries.
It’s also helpful to note that the guards are holding up the flowers as they walk past the two people, not as they are walking through the flower garden. Again, the two people are wearing white robes, and as they approach the guards they are all wearing white robes, not as they are approaching the guard holding up the flowers.
The two people holding up the flowers are the Visionaries. They are wearing white robes. They are also wearing white gloves. The guards are wearing black robes. The flowers are white.
This visual is a great example of how much visual information is available to us. It may be all that’s needed to remind us that something is happening, but it’s not enough. It’s not always enough to merely have a visual reminder. It’s also important to use the visual to help the reader focus on what is happening.