I’m aware that not everyone enjoys eating vegetables, but most people can appreciate flavor. If you do not have access or the capabilities to plant a vegetable garden, you can still plant herbs in small pots on your window sills. Or maybe you’re allergic to pets and would prefer a house plant that you can feed, water, name and talk to every now and then. II. Body A.
In the background is a huge space between the house and the dark winter woods. The forest trees standing seem thick and sparse with leafless branches coming out from the trunks. The wooden house has horizontal lines in the body and the stairway. In the front of the house, there are small waves in the lake making horizontal short lines. Because this is the black and white picture, there are only two basic colors, but they have many shades.
As long as grass is available, these goats will be able to manage. Because of their tame natures, they are suitable to live in the areas that have fences that can prevent the predators from gaining access to them. Besides that, the domestic goats will consume a lot of grass regardless of its dry or fresh condition. In addition, leaves are one of the other vital staple of the domestic goats’ diet whether from shrubs, trees or bushes. 3.3Physical Characteristics of Wild
It shows plenty of wear and looks to be quite old. The building shows extreme age with what looks like metal roofing and rust stains and possibly opening in the front. And finally in the foreground the artist shows us the hay or straw in the fields and separates the upfront grass in greens with the light yellows and burnt oranges of the hays. The scaling of the painting is very symmetrical. The trees, barn and field are all in
In a small town in Peru, it is again time to celebrate The Day of The Dead. Mom and other women from church were invited to participate in the praying rituals for the dead. I asked mom to take me along with her, and after several requests she finally agreed. When we arrived in the cemetery, the first thing I noticed was the delighting smell of the environment; it was obvious that the smell was generated by the abundance of flowers – especially roses, candles, and coca leaves that were sold by a group of sellers outside the cemetery. The majority of the attendees were indigenous people who loved to chew on coca leaves- it is part of their identity.
This image is a picture of a man fishing in Micronesia and fits into the category of the 3 pronged map, specifically the land use. The phrase I use for this picture is, ”all we’ve got.” What this phrase means is that in Micronesia they do not enough space to farm and grow plants. Micronesia is only 702 sq km and have 0 sq km of irrigated land! Farming and browning crops is something that these islands can’t do, but what they can do is fish. Since fishing is one of the few things they can do, one of their major environmental issues is overfishing.
The second kind of soil erosion is overgrazing. Now when I think of grazing I think of cows, horses, goats, and pigs in the field eating the grass and handling their business. But I never knew the cows, horses, goats and pigs can overgrazes. But overgrazing comes from when there are more animals are on the land, and the land would not be able to support them in a long run. Overgrazing can also come from when the land only gets a little rainfall.
INTRODUCTION In the dryland ecosystem, the land mainly is covered with herbs of grass-family and shrubs (short trees). Survival of plants and animal species in these areas need special adaptations in order to fit well into these kinds of environments. Naivasha is an area with a cool environment, but sometimes experience long periods of dryness, but the humidity around the area is suitable for mainly flowers and vegetables to grow well (horticulture). Several types of irrigation types have been applied into use in these dry areas, for example, pivot center irrigation in Naivasha, and drip irrigation in Kibwezi. MARULA ESTATE LIMITED – NAIVASHA.
This groundwater in turn feeds wells, ponds, lakes and rivers. Protecting the forests, therefore, means protecting catchment areas. However, with the cutting down of trees, these systems are being hindered. In urban areas, the construction of houses, roads and footpaths has left little exposed parts of earth for water to soak in. Most of the water, therefore, runs wastefully through drains.
The color of the leaves changes with the alternation of seasons. Sparrows rest on the twigs, sometimes lowering their heads to sip dewdrops left and sometimes highering their heads to listen to whispers of soft wind. Whenever you see this scene, the trees show a different look that impresses you. Passing the street with parasol trees, wild scenery spreads just as sea rushes a dam vigorously. The first thing leaping into eyes is six rows of old apartment buildings, so shabby that you can even see the red bricks without concrete covering.