This is just a stream of consciousness. There’s really no point as to what I’m writing. It’s just practice for later. The key here is to develop my skills as a writer - to describe items in detail, to develop story flow, to give dimension to characters, and to write good prose. None of these are easy, and the only way to become better at it is practice.
Take, for example, the wallpaper here by my favorite scene artist. He has painted a small chapel at the foothills of a tiny mountain range. Snow glistens on the peaks in the distance, while the fall foliage brings brilliant reds, oranges and yellows to the surrounding trees. Fluffy white clouds glide quickly across the sky in the distance, pushed by the brisk fall breeze.
The chapel is shaped like an L, with gambrel roofs and a large tower at the joint. Old shingles, all in different shades of grey, dot the roofs. Aged limestone bricks make up most of the structure