by Barbara Linn Probst
I recently read an essay that summarized American painter Georgia O’Keeffe’s views on how to be an artist. Her first principle was: Observe the world around you—closely, hungrily.
That advice seems equally apt for a writer. Before we can write, we need to look, to see fully and well.
What does that mean exactly?
Is it more than accuracy—the 20/20 vision that indicates that we’re seeing what is “actually there” at a standardized distance?
Here’s what the American Optometric Association has to say:
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