In my friend, Emilia's yard has a wonderful tree with an excellent shape. The tree is short, and the branches spread wide sideways like a fan. The leaves are round and wide, matching the beautiful profile of the tree, creating a fantastic green tunnel. The tree's height is high enough for a child to climb and ride like a horse. One day, Emilia invited me home and showed me the baby robins that nested between the branches.
And looking at the picture she sent me, I drew the picture below with watercolors.
Nature always arouses a lot of curiosity and awe in the human mind. And it makes enough endorphins for a person to fully enjoy being in nature and feel happy.
Among the birds often seen in the United States, the robin is a cute bird with an orange chest. In the early morning dew or when the ground gets wet after rain, the robin will catch and eat the worms that creep up on the ground. And it builds its nest on low dumplings, etc. and lays pretty eggs of turquoise color in early spring.
Inside the robin nest, baby robin breaks the egg and struggles to come out into the world. Visible through the cracked shells, the orange-colored baby is a wonderful color combination of turquoise and orange.
Baby robins desperately take over food from their mother bird. Baby Robin opens her mouth so wide that only her mouth can be seen. The robin cubs Emilia showed me won't leave my mind for a while. A wonderful gift from nature always enriches life.
Image source by Wikipedia.
Myungja Anna Koh