A picture’s worth a thousand words, or so the saying goes. Its true, but often times it leave more questions than answers. This makes them perfect for writer’s block. If you peruse the galleries online of photos, 3D renderings, or any number of graphics people upload, you can find any number of sparks for creativity.
While looking through magazines, books, or even old photos, ask yourself the questions of who, what, when, why, and how? Delve into the recesses of your soul to find that tiny light of inspiration that can flourish and grow.
Take the picture here. You might be asking yourself, what is this place? Why the empty benches? Where does the walkway lead to? What is the weather like? Is it warm, chilly, or balmy with the heady scent of flowers? The limit is your imagination.
Curious to the facts for the picture? Highlight the area below;
As point of fact, its a picture I took at the Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, Maryland in the summer months. This walkway led you by the rose gardens, near the conservatories.