I remember the first time I saw a worm. I was walking through the park with my mom and I saw this long, thin, wriggly creature on the ground. I was grossed out and scared. But then I saw how my mom reacted. She was excited and curious. She picked up the worm and showed me how it looked and felt. She explained how worms help the environment by eating dead leaves and breaking down soil. I was fascinated.
Ever since that day, I’ve been fascinated by worms. I’ve read everything I can find about them. I’ve even started taking pictures of them.
For the last twelve years, I’ve taken a picture of a worm every day. It’s become my hobby and my passion.
I love finding new and different worms. I’ve found worms in all sorts of places – in the park, in my garden, in the forest. I’ve even found them in my house!
I’ve learned so much about worms in the last twelve years. I’ve learned that there are over 2,700 different kinds of worms! I’ve learned that worms can range in size from less than a millimeter to over a meter in length. I’ve learned that worms live in all sorts of habitats all over the world.
I’ve also learned that taking pictures of worms can be tricky. They move around a lot and they’re often hidden in the ground. But it’s all worth it when I get a great shot.
I’ve shared my photos with family and friends and they’ve all been very supportive. Some of them even think my hobby is cool!
I hope to continue taking pictures of worms for many years to come. It’s a great way to relax and it’s a fun way to learn about nature.