IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ADJECTIVES

Poros,Kefalonia
Cloudy sky @Poros, Kefalonia
The adjective is a fascinating part of speech: a descriptive word used to "qualify" the dull nature of nouns. It is usually efficient in sentence formation and completeness, though not always effective.
What do I mean?
Take, for example, the adjective in the phrase "a cloudy sky." It is efficient in qualifying the sky as having clouds. But, how effective is that qualification in terms of actually visualizing the sky? Would you go out of your way to view a cloudy sky? Would you enjoy it if you did? Well, it all depends...
Take a chance.  
After all, it may even help your syntax as you'll learn to use more effective, double adjective sentences.

Poros,Kefalonia
A storm gathering @Poros, Kefalonia

Crisp clouds, Kefalonia
After the storm @Poros, Kefalonia
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Poros, Kefalonia
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Vessels of varying sizes but equal significance - Poros, Kefalonia

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