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Chão Sobral, PT
Aldeia das Amoreiras, PT
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Project: Mountain Steep Permaculture - Permacultura em Declive de Montanha
Posted by João Gonçalves over 10 years ago
Uma iniciativa no âmbito do Programa Jovem Mais Solidário - Com o apoio do Município de Oliveira do Hospital.
Algumas fotos que nos ajudam a lembrar este belo dia! 29 de Setembro de 2012.
This initiative took place in the context of the Program Youth Solidarity - With the Support from the Oliveira do Hospital Council.
Some photos to remember this beautiful day! The 29th of September 2012.
In the morning - Sounds and dance in the streets!
Pela manhã - Sons e danças pelas ruas!
In the morning - Skills! Heating up the "granit vaulted" bread oven!
Pela manhã - Saberes! Aquecendo o forno do pão, que tem abóbada em granito!
Da parte da tarde. - Sons e saberes!
Descamisar o milho com música ao vivo!
Afternoon. - Sounds and Skills!
Removing the husks - leaves that wrap around the corn ear or cob - with live music.
Aprendendo a faze o queijo de ovelha.
Sheep cheese making.
Corn bread is ready!
O Pão de milho está pronto!
Artesanato e produtos feitos em Chão Sobral em lugar vizinho.
Handcrafts and products made in Chão Sobral and near by hamlet.
Facas feitas em Chão Sobral.
Knives made in chão Sobral.
Preparando o almoço.
Preparing the lunch.
Herbs for tea.
Ervas silvestres para chá.
Tirar o feijão seco das vagens.
Taking the kidney beans from its pods.
O Pão de milho no forno de granito.
Corn bread in the granit bread oven.
Fazendo a reportagem para a TV Chão Sobral.
Making video for Chao Sobral TV.
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