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As summer approached, so didbeauty. Exotic flowers sprung out from every corner. Colourful insectsshimmered over the lush green plants and trees. Sun chairs had been placedstrategically around the lawn so the occupant always had the perfect pos...

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As summer approached, so did beauty. Exotic flowers sprung out from every corner. Colourful insects shimmered over the lush green plants and trees. Sun chairs had been placed strategically around the lawn so the occupant always had the perfect position for to catch the sun. My Grandparent's garden was unintentionally divided into four sections, the conservatory and patio being my Grandma's favourite. In the corner of the patio proudly stood the main feature of the garden. The barbeque. It yearned for mouth-watering smells, delicious foods and hungry friends and family members to surround it. ...read more.

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During the day, the lawn was beaten and stamped, by children's rushing feet. During the night, the grass was tickled by fox paws, and laced with diamond dewdrops the next morning. The other area, my favourite, was my Grandpa's. He would sit for hours with a book in one hand, a cigar in the other and a small glass of Scotch whisky resting on the weathered arm of the bench. The black chimniere bellowed hot smoke, which together with the smell of tobacco made it an eerie but peaceful, and relaxing place. ...read more.

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The lawn lay peacefully, snug under a thick white duvet, drawing the garden together. The only place that remained friendly, warm, and welcoming all year round was Grandpa's bench. Even on the bitterly cold night's, when you could sit and watch your breath float around before your face, you could always find him with a book in one hand, a cigar in the other and a small glass of Scotch whisky resting on the weathered arm of the bench. Only this time, the bench was pulled closer to the glowing chimniere and Grandpa was wrapped cosily inside a thick winter fleece. Descriptive Writing Coursework Charlotte James 10St ...read more.

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