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Canon EOS 1000D
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1/83 second
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55 mm
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Oct 9, 2009, 6:10:49 PM
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Bolotas by FilipaGrilo Bolotas by FilipaGrilo
Bolotas ou landes


FLOWERS...ANIMALS [link]




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A bolota (do árabe ballūta, encina) é um fruto produzido pela azinheira, pelo carvalho e pelo sobreiro, árvores da família Fagaceae (género Quercus). O sobreiro e a azinheira existem em Portugal, em maior abundância no Alentejo.

Os porcos criados na região de Portugal onde existem sobreiros e azinheiras alimentam-se dessas bolotas que dão à sua carne um sabor especial. Esses porcos, de tamanho pequeno e patas de cor escura, são utilizados para fazer um presunto muito apreciado em todo o mundo, uma verdadeira iguaria.

Os lusitanos e outros povos pré-romanos da Península Ibérica obtinham farinha das bolotas com que faziam pão, e actualmente as bolotas também são usadas em algumas preparações culinárias típicas de Portugal

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Acorns [link]

The acorn, or oak nut, is the nut of the oaks and their close relatives (genera Quercus and Lithocarpus, in the family Fagaceae). It usually contains a single seed (rarely two seeds), enclosed in a tough, leathery shell, and borne in a cup-shaped cupule.
Acorns take between about 6 or 24 months (depending on the species) to mature and are one of the most important wildlife foods in areas where oaks occur.
Wildlife which eat acorns as an important part of their diets include birds, such as jays, pigeons, some ducks, and several species of woodpeckers. Small and medium mammals that feed on acorns include mice, squirrels and several other rodents.

Such large mammals as pigs, bears, and deer also consume large amounts of acorns: they may constitute up to 25% of the diet of deer in the autumn. In southwest Europe (Spain and Portugal), pigs are still turned loose in dehesas (large oak groves) in the autumn, to fill and fatten themselves on acorns. However, acorns are toxic to some other animals, such as horses.
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shouldacouldawoulda Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
This fantastic shot featured here: [link]
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FilipaGrilo Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010
thank's dear friend for the feature :love:
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shouldacouldawoulda Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome! :)
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FilipaGrilo Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010
you're always very welcome too dear :rose: :hug:
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chevronguy Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
engrašado como os nomes mudam ... aqui na minha zona (algarve zona de loulÚ) nao chamamos landes mas sim alaindas ..... :)
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Helens-Serendipity Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
With rust =( but still if bears fruit :D
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FilipaGrilo Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2010
thank's my friend,glad you liked :iconchou-quette:
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LonelyDave Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2010
:wow: intense colors !! super good :clap:
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FilipaGrilo Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2010
thank's my friend,glad you liked :iconchou-quette:
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LonelyDave Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2010
of course :la: welcome as usual :iconpikalaplz:
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