A Cricket’s Song

Cricket (Gryllus campestris). Nikon D810, 105 mm (105,0 mm ƒ/2.8) 1/400 ƒ/14 ISO 5000

Of the Magnolia bloomings, I favor the Summer ones. Surrounded by the greenery of the mature leaves. Slightly touched by insects appetites. Obscene in their tumidity. My chirp tells all about it: indolence, and sun, and heat. And lust. And nothing more.

Canto del grillo

Tra le infiorescenze della magnolia, prediligo quelle estive. Circondate dal verde delle foglie mature. Toccate dall’appetito degli insetti. Oscene nella loro tumescenza. Il mio frinire le racconta: l’indolenza, e il sole, e l’afa. E la lussuria. Nient’altro.

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