"Our intellectual state of hunger determines
the fruitfulness of the consumption"
The northeast coastal region of Brazil is home to a low-growing bush like tree called caxandó. It belongs to the palm family and hundreds grow on our property. The fruit this palm produces is the most prolific food source I have ever seen, attracting birds of all types, not just fruit eaters. Regardless of how much I try, birds are always first to detect a ripe caxandó. When I find a suitable fruit in a location with few or no background distractions and good light, I set-up my tripod and just wait for the feeding frenzy to ensue.
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