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my village

 

It’s interesting to say that Mahdiabad was our winter village.We went to our main village in Dodangeh 130 kilometers from Mahdiabad during the summer .We returned to this village the next winter or abandoned it and went to other villages.

 

The nature Mehdi Abad Village in my childhood

Although there is not even one square meter of r pasture in Mehdi Abad now, but this village was surrounded by many square kilometers of pastures in those days.It was considered as national resources

Some parts of this land was salt marsh and covered with Sazil plants .Sazils were a hedgehog like bush .It was one meter tall no animal ate them.

 

28  Sazils

 

 

There was a kind of      local grass under Sazils     called Shoor In many parts of this natural pasture. The shoor plant  looked like thornless cactuses. But these miniature cactuses  had many thin long capsule shape Leaves.

 

28  mushroom plant

 

 

It was always cloudy and the  ground was covered with grass.

 

28  grass and duck

 

 

The morning dew, washed the feet of men in this pasture.

 

28  dew on grass

 

 

 

Rain was falling forever.

28  rain

 

Different kinds of wild plants which we called  Paylem, Chemaz, Kangel, Zard t t  and …. Were abundant  everywhere .

28  paylem

 

There was a hare under each plant.

28  rabbit

 

 

 

Wild pomegranate bushes were innumerable.

28  pomegranate

 

There were bird nests everywhere.

28  bird nest

 

Everywhere was full of butterflies.

28  flying butterfly

 

The larvae of  Insects were everywhere, but it was not necessary to use any insecticide against them ,because there were so many birds that they ate them all.

28  worm

 

 

Tamarisk trees were also plentiful.

28  Tamarisk

 

There were many little marshes around the village which were formed by rain or flooding rivers.

28  marsh

 

There were lots of water lily in the marshes

28  water lily

 

These marshes  were full of fish, frogs, snakes, turtles and other marine animals.

28  holding turtle

 

Everywhere was ful of many types of native and migratory birds were. Voice of Geese and other migratory birds were heard  everywhere.

28  Geese

 

Nights were Starry and magnificent.

28  stary night sky

 

The sound of frogs  never stopped.

28  frog

 

 

 

The nature of mahdiabad in those days

The grass used the energy of the sun and minirals of soil to grow.

28  dew on grass

 

The aphid sucked the nectar of grass.

27 aphids

 

 

The ladybug ate the aphids

27 ladybug  and aphids

 

 

The frog ate the ladybugs.

27 frog eatings ladybugs

 

 

The snakes ate the frogs

27 snake swallowing a frog

 

 

The duck also ate the frogs

27 duck eating the frog

 

 

The eagl ate the snake and the ducks.

27 eagle eating a snake 27 duck eating the frog

 

 

The earthworms are digging in the hole

27 earthworm-digging

 

Locusts are eating the grass

27 grass_main_1493766a

 

 

the ants are gathering food

27 ant and grain seed

 

 

The millipedes are mashing with their countless feet

27 centipede

 

 

This nature was a paradise for me and the other kids to play in it.

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