当摄影师Tessa Bunney来到位于罗马尼亚边界的喀尔巴阡山脉时,就被当地独特的乡村和游牧文化所吸引了。这里的居民身着老式的布料和纹理,世代沿用粗凿的农具和工具,更发展出了一套与恶劣环境相适应的生活方式。仅仅是在Bunney完成项目的五年之后,很多古老的文化和文物已不见踪迹。

When she started photographing rural life in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania in 2003, Tessa Bunney was attracted to the many unique cultural differences she discovered there — rough-hewn tools and farm implements that had been used for generations, old-fashioned fabrics and textures, and a cohesive way of living in accord with the seasonal conditions of their harsh environment. However, a mere five years after she started her documentation, many of these age-old cultural practices and artifacts are disappearing.

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