Saffron Research Paper

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Caraway plants are actually a member of the carrot family, related also to coriander and cumin. It's native to central Europe and then spread to other parts of Europe, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean. Both the roots and the seeds are edible. Strongly aromatic, Caraway is a member in the parsley or Umbelliferae family; a large family of plants that also includes commonly known herbs and spices such as dill, anise,fennel, cumin, etc. They retain a distinctive earthy anise flavor, packing a lot of punch for such tiny little seeds. Born just four minutes after her elder sister, Caraway was dubbed with numerous issues. With an underdeveloped stomach, as a slight tear was present in the lining; eating itself had proven to be a challenge. Every day was a fight for survival. Would the…show more content…
Though, this only inclined her behavior and her competitiveness grew at an enormous rate. Cesily worried for her daughter’s safety, thus on their thirteenth birthday, she awarded her with her first camera and gave Saffron camcorder- changing their lives forever. The word photography is defined as the art or practice of taking and processing photographs. To Caraway Clove- it’s more than just a craft. It’s more than just possessing a camera in her hands, and her hazel blue eyes against the eyepiece. With photography, it was taking your time to focus on a single element, watching how it moves, and how you can change your point to view. The fine art bestowed the chance of a lifetime of altering life by holding time still, something Cara desperately wished she could do. With a single snapshot, she could capture the beauty a flower beholds and tell a story. A single picture can be the loudest scream. Photography transcends time. It takes you to places you have never been. It makes the world a smaller place. When Caraway photographing a landscape, Saffron, plants, animals or the stars in the sky; Her worries in life just fade away and she becomes one with her subject and the
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