Descriptive Essay On Black Star Canyon

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Nature is invisible while growing up in a city. People tend to forget how beautiful the world can be. Black Star Canyon, located in Orange County it is a six-point eight-mile trail filled with rocky mountains. Flowers are blooming, showing their true beauty. Birds are constantly chirping as if they were singing. Rivers are flowing with pure water leading to an eye capturing waterfall. Thousands of trees in all shapes and sizes from all directions can be seen. The trail is a family friendly place to explore. It brings a sense of feeling liberating and free from all the thoughts in your mind. Black Star Canyon consist of nature landscapes that are enjoyable and suits the eye.
First, as I reached the entrance, two people are walking past a tall man wearing all black with the biggest bear I have ever seen. He is standing next to the entrance like a mannequin guarding the entrance. Meanwhile, I look to my right and dozens of white cars are parked. A metal farm like gate which has a sign attached to it saying “ROAD CLOSED” prevent cars from getting beyond that point. Another sign has a cigarette
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As I approach to get a better at the look three peacocks were visible before my feet. The peacocks were blue and light brown as if the peacocks color faded. Trying not to disturb them, I passed by the peacock cautiously. I didn’t want them chasing after me. The cabin was rusted so rusty that if it was to be touch, it would collapse in an instant. The cabin had a spectacular pond made of rocks where you can spot some catfishes. Little squirrels can be seen run playing around with each other. In addition, a BBQ grill was placed next to two identical brown old benches. An electric fence warning sign with metal wired cables made a board between the side of the trail and the cabin. In addition, there was a dip forming a massive gap between the trail track and the
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