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Sê paciente; espera

que a palavra amadureça

e se desprenda como um fruto

ao passar o vento que a mereça.


(in Eugénio de Andrade, Os Amantes sem Dinheiro, Quasi, 2006)




Be patient; wait

for the word to be mature

and detach itself like a fruit

when the wind that deserves it comes across.


(Eugénio de Andrade)

This pod was one of the first to form on our tree this year. Most of the time it looked like the immature pod in the preceding shot.


An 1840s daguerreotype of an older pair holding what appear to be paper documents of some sort. Their clothing also reflects the fashions of the earlier part of that decade, possibly indicating a pre-1845 date for this image.


This daguerreotype came with only a mat (no preserver), and so consequently the plate could be in better condition.

2005 and 2006 winners of the mature podcast award

She was always giving me the eye. Couldn't do much because she was with her son. Myabelater I will get to talk to her better and know her better.

These mature fruiting bodies belonged to an extensive colony of the tiny bracket fungus Crepidotus variabilis. They were found growing on twigs on Willans Hill, in Wagga Wagga, NSW.

On my early morning walk, I captured this beautiful 4 point buck and the smaller spike buck.


It is mating season, so these guys show themselves a lot more when the girls are around! :-)

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