Monday Photo Blog: Fidel Gutierrez


December 15th, 2014 by

Here’s some pretty cool photos for the Monday Photo Blog sent over the Atlantic by Fidel Gutierrez. These are from the punk picnic held this past August in Txoritokieta, which is, as Fidel describes it, “An abandoned old fortress built in 1890 in order to defend the territory during the fourth Carlist war. An amazing place surrounded by the wild and gorgeous Basque nature, where we could also feel the spirit of true DIY punk with a bunch of nice friends and amazing people.” Bands on the bill were Managaitz, Absurdo, Sudor and Boom Boom Kid (not in this set of photos). For more photos from  Fidel, check out pocoojo.wordpress.com.

All of these photos were shot on glorious film, not pixels. As we all know, digital cameras are the CDs of the photography world.

Absurdo at Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

Absurdo at Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

Sudor at Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

Sudor at Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

Managaitz at Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

Txoritokieta, August 2014 (photo by Fidel Gutierrez)

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One response to “Monday Photo Blog: Fidel Gutierrez”

15 12 2014
zorronak (16:58:09) :

juanma dagger es un matrero, hipster a tiempo parcial, nice show by the way!

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