Adriana en el edificio María Agustín 84, Zaragoza, España.

Fotografía de Carlos Traspaderne. Hasselblad 500 c/m

Diciembre, 2016


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- O que quer? - questionou um moreno aparentemente mal humorado olhando de forma fria e desinteressada para o floricultor que o encarava diretamente já a bastante tempo do balcão enquanto sua mãe escolhia algumas flores para enfeitar a mesa do dia de ação de graças, o homem era loiro dava para ver algumas mechas por debaixo da boina que usava, então ele saiu de trás do balcão e caminhou até onde estava parando perto de um balde de flores onde pegou uma rosa vermelha e depois a ofereceu ao moreno.

- Você é muito bonito, mas esta com uma cara feia e isso vai fazer você envelhecer muito rápido - sorriu para o outro homem que ficara estático e corou discretamente com o elogio - uma flor bonita para alegrar alguém bonito.


- What you want? - Asked a seemingly grumpy dark looking cold and selflessly for the florist who stared directly already a long time the counter while his mother picked some flowers to decorate the table of Thanksgiving day, the man was blond could see tendrils under the cap she wore, then he came out from behind the counter and walked over to where he was stopping near a bucket of flowers where he took a red rose and then offered the dark.

- You are very beautiful, but this with an ugly face and this will make you grow old very fast - smiled at the other man who had been static and slightly blushed at the compliment - a beautiful flower to brighten someone beautiful.

The Emerald Tree Boa (Corallus caninus) is a non-venomous boa species found in the rainforests of South America. It is often confused with the Green Tree Python, although they are from completely different parts of the world.

Adults grow to about 6ft (1.8m) in length and are typically an emerald green ground color with a white irregular interrupted zigzag stripe or so-called ‘lightning bolts’ down the back and a yellow belly. They have highly developed front teeth that are likely proportionately larger than those of any other non-venomous snake.

A strictly nocturnal and arboreal species, Emerald Tree Boas spends its days in a characteristic coil over a tree branch with its head perched at the center. At night, it will remain coiled on its branch, but extends its head downward. Curled as if about to strike, it will hold still in this position, waiting for prey to approach directly below. Prey is grasped with the long front teeth, pulled in and constricted until it is suffocated and then subsequently eaten. Due to the extremely slow metabolism of this species, it feeds much less often than ground dwelling species and meals may be several months apart.

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