The word really means "breathing in". We all do this all this time. Sometimes, though, we take huge breaths in. It's a gasp of astonishment, really. We don't do it because we are breathless, but because we are "blown away". When you can't write but want to, and you've got your attitude on and it still doesn't work, try going onto NASA's website, or National Geographic's or really any site that shows you photographs of things that already fascinate you. Bet you'll find some "inspiration" there.
I love caves and stones and geology and astronomy and a lot of other astounding things. So, here are a few pictures (or kind of picture) that give me inspiration.
|cave SW Australia copyright free|
|stalactites (hanging) stalagmites (growing up) and pool in a cave|
|limestone cave, SW Australia|
|Our North Star has a companion!|
|NASA photo of a massive star cluster|
|quartz crystal points in natural form|
|The Grand Canyon|