The Red Apple
The blossom, by their delightful smell and store of nectar, attract myriads of bees, and as a result of the fertilization effected by these visitors in their search of the buried nectar. The fruit develops and becomes in autumn the beautiful little crab apple, which when ripe is red in color, oval or pear shape, tasty and feeling is sweet, crisp and juicy. I like apple. On Saturday evening, I went to the cafeteria for dinner but there was nothing that I interested in to eat, but red eye-catching apple. I maneuver around and see students walking to the fruit area and there were apples, oranges, and bananas in container. My eyes clicked on apple right away because the look was beautiful, the color is red and the shape is oval or pear. Moreover, by looking at three fruit sitting adjacent to each other on the table, one can see many different characteristics that set them apart from each other. I knew by picking apple I can eat without peeling off skin in my way home, while other two need to peel off to eat. After steering few seconds I picked up one apple and one orange then head back to my room. After I arrived to the dorm, I realized that I have an assignment ‘‘ observing the fruit or vegetable’’ so I ate the orange and kept apple in fridge for my assignment. By observing apple fruit, I discovered smooth skin of this orbital object rubs ever gently across my fingers as I hold it in my hand. It is not perfectly round but the look itself is perfect. There are four humps on one side and the red coloring is imperfect. There are light red, dark red, and even a shade of pink spots on the skin. Holding it for three minute, I notice that the skin was not the same as they had first. The skin changed to rough after a while. On the top, it has a little brown steam. The steam is hard when I feel it. It’s kind dryness and I ran my finger along the around, it has a tiny point at the bottom. It’s speckled with white around the body. It shaped irregular more...
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