Uncle George and I would head out before it got light. The trek to the pond was always exciting. The earth smelled fresh and new, promising warmth, and as the birds awoke, they'd tentatively practice the prologues to their songs.
The reader should have a feeling of involving in this environment. Metaphors and comparison are used in this paragraph). 2.3. Paragraph 3 Sensual and emotional description (The writer uses his senses of taste, touch smell, sound and sight and emotional description in order to make the experience alive. You should try to use dominant and specific details. Avoid writing many adjectives and adverbs. Write only the most powerful words; Gather all the information related to the topic; Use fresh, descriptive words. We'd walk past the water troughs where the tadpoles were busy wiggling their way to froghood and pick up. Descriptive essay has a unique power and appeal. It evokes sights, smells, sounds, tastes and textures. Effective description focuses on a dominant impression. A dominant impression shows a mood or atmosphere in your essay.
Appealing-to-the-Senses Description: Let the reader see, smell, hear, taste, and feel what you write in your essay. The thick, burnt scent of roasted coffee tickled the tip of my nose just seconds before the old, faithful alarm blared a distorted top-forty through its tiny top speaker. But my aunts and uncles in Manchester, Tennessee, were always doing something fun, especially my Uncle George. Uncle George loved to laugh and he loved to fish and he loved me.