Observation is a very personal act. You are not just having experiences but also gaining knowledge. This knowledge itself is broader than simply vision. Think of also of sound, smell, taste, and touch (with touch not confined just to the fingers). Over time even shifts in the landscape occur, e.g., changing weather, shifting seasons, even changing climate. Look at the raw data or the behavior, first -- get that down because you might not have a second chance.
Go outside and observe for 10 minutes. Make a list of 10 things or events you see/hear/smell/taste/feel.Activity Integration Humanities Writing
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