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Enjoy the Beauty of Flora and Fauna in Samara Parks

Ученица10 класса - Богатова Маргарита.
Учитель – Антонова Надежда Георгиевна
МБОУ Школа № 32 г. Самара

These pictures are taken in the park near my school in Samara city by me. You can't but admire the beauty of the wildlife. The park is wonderful both at the sunrise and the sunset.
It's so nice to breathe in fresh air, to smell the blossom of white bird cherry tree or to see the sky, the sun and clouds reflected in calm water of a swamp. Just have a look! You can meet a couple of lovely grass snakes or chirring dragonflies. It seems this pretty green mantis is watching you attentively, and the young squirrel would like to play with you. By the way, we feed squirrels in the park. This one in the photo is eating my nut. You can't help noticing bright flowers here and there in the park. Field flowers make many-coloured patterns. As for these sun flowers, I call them 'Children of the Sun'.
Have you ever seen a spider's net in a tree? Oh, it's a real masterpiece! Surely, you can't take your eyes off ripe bunch of ash berries covered with snow. Is it wholly fantastic to admit the possibility that Nature itself strives toward what we call beauty? You do not need to know anything about a plant to know that it is beautiful. Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. I've always regarded nature as the clothing of God. God writes the gospel not in the Bible alone, but on trees and flowers and insects and mammal.
You do see it in Samara parks!

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