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. Continue reading

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