A Tribute to the People of Abruzzo

I found this video via the Welcome to Sulmona Facebook page.

Normally I’m not a fan of videos of images set to music.

But this is special.

The description of the video is roughly translated as follows:

…This is a tribute to my land, from the mountains to the sea, its people, strong and gentle, able to cry and smile, fall and get up, to curse and bless, I walk the lines of the faces as if they were paths to explore…

It runs for 7 minutes and it’s an absolute joy to watch.

The video was made using photos by Max and Leo Losacco Cameli.

It was published on YouTube on 3 January 2013 with this description in Italian

Volti,luoghi e frammenti di un Abruzzo che malinconicamente è ancora capace di sorridere

Questo è un omaggio alla mia terra, dai monti fino al mare, alla sua gente, forte e gentile, capace di piangere e sorridere, di cadere e di rialzarsi, di imprecare e di benedire, percorro le rughe dei volti come fossero sentieri da esplorare, negli sguardi sinceri mi specchio e ritrovo me stesso.

Video realizzato con gli scatti di Massimo Losacco e Leone Cameli

Maximum Losacco Photography – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Massimo-Losacco-Photography/128908600545346

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A selection of the photographs that appear on About Abruzzo are available to buy on 500px Art at http://www.500pxart.com/noelmccarthy

a little bit about 

Noel is an IT Consultant, software development Project Manager, photographer, writer, and English teacher. These days he swaps his time between Abruzzo, Italy and Dublin, Ireland.

You can see more of Noel's photographs on
Noel McCarthy Photography

Many of these images are available to buy on 500px Art at
http://www.500pxart.com/noelmccarthy

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