Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Day 47: The forest floor.

Hello again audience, today I really have a writers block so I am just going to type and see what comes out. Today I went back to my old college saw all my old teachers and it was just great to re live all of those memories :) and it just shows to me how much things have changed and how I have grown over the years.

Today's picture I was really happy with for some reason i just think it looks really beautiful! I would love to hear your opinions on it :) I think the picture shows how when one thing dies the area it leaves can be used by other things to grown and as it is broken down the nutrients helps other things live and grow and are then reborn.

Thank you for reading today's blog I hope everyone's week is going well and i hope to see you again tomorrow!

Now some random facts!

A nutrient is a chemical that an organism needs to live and grow or a substance used in an organism's metabolism which must be taken in from its environment. Nutrients are the substances that enrich the body. They are used to build and repair tissues, regulate body processes and are converted to and used as energy. Methods for nutrient intake vary, with animals and protists consuming foods that are digested by an internal digestive system, but most plants ingest nutrients directly from the soil through their roots or from the atmosphere.
Organic nutrients include carbohydrates, fats, proteins (or their building blocks, amino acids), and vitamins. Inorganic chemical compounds such as dietary minerals, water, and oxygen may also be considered nutrients. A nutrient is said to be "essential" if it must be obtained from an external source, either because the organism cannot synthesize it or produces insufficient quantities. Nutrients needed in very small amounts are micronutrients and those that are needed in larger quantities are called macronutrients. The effects of nutrients are dose-dependent and shortages are called deficiencies.


  1. I enjoyed reading through all your blog entries :) you have an art of writing and keeping the reader interested ^_^ plus your photos are so pretty <3

    Jess, ( you know ,, that randomer from skype ;)


  2. Crystal Metzler7 April 2011 at 05:03

    i love this picture! it's amazing how much more life there is as you get closer to the ground! and now i know why. thanks for the facts and the gorgeous view! those flowers are so pretty. your pictures are nutrients for my eyes! hee hee