An essay or paper on A Description of a Friend
Photographers are invited to respond to the title theme in celebration of Bristol’s status as Green Capital of Europe. What does it mean to ‘see in green’ in Bristol today? The competition welcomes imaginative and creative interpretations of or from a green point of view. Dr Rowan Williams, in his recent appearance at , drew attention to two examples of imagery concerning green issues: the first, in passing, was that images of the goodness and beauty of the natural world such as sunsets or flowers were not in themselves appropriate for either a Christian or secular green viewpoint, leading as they do to sentimentalism and triteness. The second, in his description of a friend’s photograph of a Pacific island’s struggle with sea erosion, demonstrated a sharper vision of human interconnectedness with the landscape. This competition seeks to encourage images of the second type mentioned here. Whether of religious persuasion or not, the camera perspectives sought include the emotive, spiritual, and neighbourly aspects of living greenly in Bristol.
Best Friend ( descriptive writing of a friend) essays
What is friendship and what is your description of a good friend
Similarly, his description of a friend’s religious conversion – “an overwhelming conviction had run through him and he had risen from the bed a Christian” – makes it sound as if he’s suffering from the trots.
Description of a Friend - College Essays - 414 Words
Good hub, Thelma Alberts! : ) I like your description of a friend...'true friends' or what some might otherwise call a 'kindred spirit' or 'bossum buddy'. I have one said such friend, who meets all categories. I wouldn't trade him for the world! ; )