Alces alces

A detailed view of practice baseballs in a basket during batting practice prior to game five of the American League Championship Series between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Cleveland Indians at Rogers Centre on October 19, 2016 

Fun Fact: Throughout the 20th Century, Major League Baseball used two technically identical but differently marked balls. The American League had “Official American League” and the American League’s president’s signature in blue ink, while National League baseballs had “Official National League” and the National League president’s signature in black ink.

Descobri que as pessoas que partem das nossas vidas, necessariamente não se vão para nos causar dores e deixar saudades, mas sim porque a missão delas de nos ensinar algo de bom já terminou.
—  Pedro Schier.
Moose (Alces alces)
  1. Possible melanistic moose, or at least a very dark male. He still has brown tinges in some places
  2. Another dark fellow
  3. A reddish-brown female with socks, darker lower body, blond neck, and a few white patches
  4. A piebald female who honestly looks like a pony or a cow, until you notice her hump!
  5. A creamy female with some dark fur mixed in around her neck and near her rump.  Small black spots dot her body.
  6. Pure white male, growing in his antlers. The quality isn’t great and his eyes seem to be a very light color with a teeny bit of a pinkish tinge, so he could possibly be albino, but leucistic is more likely. I wish this image was of better quality!
Depois de um tempo, eu aprendi que o próprio "tempo" é o melhor remédio para curar as cicatrizes das paixões que não deram certo.
—  Pedro Schier.

The Big Guy, Denali by David & Shiela Glatz
Via Flickr:
Huge bull Moose (Alces alces) with antlers in velvet, Denali National Park, Alaska.