it’s crazy to me how they still constantly change, and change me day by day. Lin, nearly four and still able to surprise me - in a good and a bad way too. still so much to learn about her and especially FROM her. Dash on the other hand seems to change in the greatest way possible - we’re slowly but surely getting rid of all his bad habits and improving all the good ones. i see myself in him so much, before him i never quite believed the whole “dogs are like their owners” thing, but with him in my life, by my side every day i find it so incredibly true. but god how much i love this crazy fox, my little reflexion
“i see everything you can be, i see the beauty that you can’t see.”
Angelo Perrone at LA PAJARA
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The pajare are particular constructions typical of Salento (Puglia, Italy). Considered typically rural houses built using the drywall technique, the Salento is really full.
From a vaguely familiar aspect, reminiscent of the more well-known of the characteristic trulli of Alberobello, the pajare generally consist of a single environment that can vary depending on the size of the houses.
From the rather uncertain and controversial history, the Salento pajare have, certainly, a decidedly ancient origin, presumably to be placed around the year 1000 after Christ, even if some historians, going much further, arrive to date them in an earlier age, between the 2000 BC and the end of the Bronze Age. Whatever the origin, however, the Salentine pajare fully identify with the surrounding landscape, adding a pinch of folklore to an already fascinating and evocative territory.
Used by the farmers of Salento as a resting place after an intense day of work or to escape a sudden storm, the pajare often served as real summer homes, ideal for closely monitoring both the livestock and the most delicate crops .