Beauty in Nature
Beauty in nature had been a prevalent theme in art and books, filling large sections of your local libraries and bookstores. That nature has been depicted and celebrated by so much art, photography, poetry and other literature shows the strength with which many people associate nature and beauty. I would like to explain to you in this essay where, when and, how I discovered the true beauty of nature. The purpose of this essay is to get people to appreciate what’s right in there backyard because of human population growth and territorial expansion. Well it all started for me when I was fairly young at the age of about ten years. I and my friend would spend hours a day in the woods just exploring and trying to find the next interesting place to explore. We would find things like caves, large valley in the middle of a bunch of trees where the grass had grown over our heads so that we could play hide and seek rather easily. Hours upon hours spent roaming the woods laughing and having the time of our lives, if only a short time. After a while we grew older and had to move to Ontario because our parents couldn’t find any work here in Newfoundland. Now I’m about fifteen year’s old living in Brampton, Ontario a large city on the outskirts of the even larger city of Toronto. This place I was place I was living in now was much different than the town I had grew up in, with a lot less woodland areas and a lot more concrete and pavement. So me and my friend made do with what we were given which was small dangerous community parks in which the woods are littered with garbage and all the ponds and rivers are polluted by oil and run offs from businesses and restaurants. Railroads and freeways cress-cross the landscape like snakes reaching into the beauty of nature, poisoning the color and life out of what land is left. Then after a few years living in Ontario my parents decided to move back home too Newfoundland to be with family and settle down. When I moved...
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