I'm planning on building a country and I'm using Howlina as the working title of the country I want to build. I was listening to a Howlin' Wolf song when I wrote this.
Second, this is not how I look at climate. Climate doesn't evoke a single mood or emotion it opens a symphony and just like a symphony it can't be described in one word. If I hear a song I feel a lot of different feelings, but if I want to feel a certain way I can listen to a particular song.
Climates are a pallet that I can use to paint them, just as Ms. Bryant suggests, but I don't need to stare at my pallet and try to cook up some moods, it works the other way around.
- Romance, lustful and passionate, desperate and hot, loving and long lasting
- Rescue, welcome relief and rejoining of forces
- Music, personal and intimate
- Desperation in view of a solution
- Cleanliness, orderliness, intricate and full but uncluttered, precision and accuracy
- Tropical rain forest (like James Bond showering in The World is Not Enough) OR a ski lodge on a fur rug in front of a fire place
- Temperate forest in Autumn (just outside the Fireswamp in Princess Bride), Eastern Europe (the kitchen in Winds of War when Jan Michael Vincent rescues his Jewish wife just before the Nazi's get her) OR along the trail in mountainous forests.
- Alpine Lake, Sound of Music, a man in a boat with a woman and a ukulele, an Irish pub
- Desert hills, scrub land OR a fast flowing river in rocky mountains (not THE Rockies necessarily)
- Bavarian town, cookoo clocks, Bach