Children in their Joaldunak costumes also participate in the Ituren carnival. This is an ancestral carnival in which people put on sheep skins and hang bells from their waist in order to ward off evil with their noise and attract good.
The translation of "joaldunak" is that of the cowbell porters
Author: Born in Santander in 1970, after conducting some photographic workshops with .Begin working as a freelance photographer leaning towards doing features with social content and photography news, having collaborated with numerous local and national newspapers (Alerta, El Pais,El Mundo...) as well as with magazines (Epoca, Time, Aplauso, Rollingstone ,FronteraD,...). Also given introductory courses in photography in the Hall of Image and Sound of the University of Cantabria and Space Association-Imagen..
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