Monday, October 24, 2016

Old Gears

Eventually, about two months after my relocation, I managed to have two hours to dedicate to myself and take a ride on top of the hill behind our new apartment. And there, on top of the mountain, I found this rusting bicycle with an amazing front lamp I couldn't leave out of my records.

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Friday, October 14, 2016


In every group of living beings there's always someone who turns his back to the mass, a divergent, a rebel, someone who seeks light looking in a different direction. This happens beyond every logic, as if some kind of natural principle ruled behind this generation of variants. The mass, all those who comply to the rules are just the evidence of the affirmation of a series of these mutations that grant the evolution of the species. The mass does not evolve. Variants, on the other end, succumb in largest majority of the cases. Few only succeed and are the cause of changes in the coming generations. This is why we have to have the bravery, the pride and the courage to make changes.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Late Crop

There's not only pumpkin seeds oil, then, around here. Winter is approaching quickly but still the meadows close to the city are ripe with goods to harvest.

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