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25 March 2005


rata puerca

That's why you have to eat the very tiny chapulines. Large chapulines - bad ( I supposse because you can see, and feel, what you are eating). Tiny chapulines- good. In Oaxaca, Mexico (where the Chapulines are from) indian women sell Chapulines on the streets and at the market, and usually charge more for the smallest grasshoppers, which are the most sought after.


beautiful photos, particularly like #4


i love the spacial effect in the snowy branches photo. what type of camera and lens/settings did you use to create this perspective?

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