How To Write An Anomaly

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We don't have an expansive knowledge of all the anomaly is, so it should be limited to what someone could grasp just by looking and possibly observing for a short period of time (Size, movement, appearance, objects on the anomaly etc.).

Measurements should be given in assumptions. Nothing is exact as no one can truly understand the entire purpose of their existence, and should exude a sense of mystery with them.

Note: An anomaly image is required, but does not have to be a photograph, it can also be a drawing or other piece of artistic media.

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