1314-1318 / Transumancia / Sheep transhumance-III / Seia // Portugal

Desde a chegada das Ovelhas à aldeia do Sabugueiro, até à noite, no Festival Músicas do Bosque, Lapa dos Dinheiros, onde o tema principal se transformou, de forma algo forçada, por “desenhos pedidos”, num par de motocicletas. O “pedido” trouxe-me velhas memórias de quando trabalhava como D.J., mas então, era música e não “fazer a fotografia” (o desenho), que me pediam: “Ó pintor vou-lhe trazer outra para fazer a fotografia. É uma moto toda marada!”. Não me fiz rogado, afinal esteve bem mais quieta que qualquer uma das ovelhas.

Since the arrival of the sheep to Sabugueiro, until the night party at the Festival Músicas do Bosque (Music Festival) in Lapa dos Dinheiros, where the main drawing subject has become, somewhat forced, by requests drawings” in a couple of motorcycles. The “request” brought me old memories while working as a DJ, altough back then, I was asked for “music” and not to make a picture” (drawing): “Painter! I will you bring other motorbike so you can make the picture. It is is a totally crazy bike“. I must admit I was pleased for the request, after all, the bike was much more quiet than any of the sheep.

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5 comments
  1. rebecca said:

    love the red shirt….always fun to include a punch of red in anything!

    • Thanks! I do agree with you!! I always do it when I have the chance!

  2. Gosh love everyone one of these, from the graphic black and white to the beautiful palettes of the street scenes. Fabulous work!

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