Observe the qualities of the air in three distinct locations—at an open window, in a car, near a factory. Write a paragraph about each, in the style of a wine critic.
The air from the open window was nice. It was brisk and smooth at times. It provided the feeling of freedom as it wafted into the room. I couldn’t help but enjoy the scent of fall that the breeze brought with it.
The air in a car was too manufactured in a sense. I enjoyed the ability to control it, don’t get me wrong. But the element of freedom wasn’t there with it. It felt forced.
The air near the factory was toxic. It’s odor was foul and tainted. I could picture the factory in my mind right now and still have the remains of its air in my nostrils instantly. The factory air was not ideal.