Friday, September 28, 2012

desmontegada. September, Sunday 23rd

 
the Desmontegada {the Transhumance Fair} of Primiero Valley is an event that we look forward to see every year. the transhumance is the seasonal movement of the livestock from winter to summer pastures. the fair is aimed to traditionally celebrate the end of the summer mountain pastures, and the cows coming back to the valley, where the herders have their permanent home.

Anna's boyfriend Giovanni has a cozy maso in the Primiero Valley, in Trentino region (where I would like to live happily ever after) and his family got a farm, so they take part in this parade where all the local farms and families show their animals around the town's tiny streets.




it's a wonderful example of Trentino's local folklore, and we love it. (One of Giovanni's cow walked into a cafè, too! That was adorable)
Tosela, beans, luganega, polenta... i'm still dreaming about the food we had in Tonadico. too bad I don't have photos of that (next time, I promise), but you can enjoy all the parade details I loved the most.

 

 
on our way back home we took the Passo Cereda direction instead of the usual road, to enjoy the amazing -but sometimes spooky- panorama of the Val del Mis (I was so frightened by the unlit rock tunnels!).

i know we look overdressed but believe me it was cold on the road.  

i'm not posting any analogue photos lately, my Nikon EM is under repair!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

well, I talk about boys / don't ya know I mean boys (September, Sunday 16th)


Last Sunday, while I was busy harvesting grapes in Prosecco vineyards (yes, those photos are coming, too), the boys went to a Lambretta and Vespa rally near Piave river, in Cimadolmo, called -el dì dea Lambretta- which means -the Lambretta day- in Veneto's dialect.
The pics are taken by M. with instagram (@samboinnocenti)








Sunday, September 2, 2012

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