Talasnal is one of the existing schist villages of the Lousã mountain range, Portugal. Located on a hill, the narrow, sloping streets form a labyrinth among the houses that are impeccably rebuilt. There are only a few that haven’t yet been recovered, but the vast majority was rebuilt respecting the original trait, but with the amenities required by modern times.
The use of schist creates an austere but beautiful homogeneity. The stone of the walls, the wood of the doors and windows and the red clay of the roof tiles are the only building materials visible from the outside. These warm tones of earthy colours invite you to pick up the camera and start photographing. And for that, I brought the Fujifilm X-E3 equipped with the XF 35mm f/1.4 R.
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Travel and documentary photographer from Portugal, using mirrorless cameras since 2012.