miércoles, mayo 16, 2007

Es Madrid no Madriz

Yesterday (San Isidro) Matritensis enjoyed a sunny day in Pradera de San Isidro celebrating our Madrid day in the traditional way. He runs an interesting blog about Madrid called "Es Madrid no Madriz"where he writes about what's going on in our city. There's a lot of nice Madrid photographs like this, which I asked him for you to see how a chulapo and chulapa costumes was like. Thank you ;)

Ayer (día de San Isidro) Matritensis disfrutó bajo el sol en la pradera de San Isidro celebrando nuestro día a la forma tradicional. El lleva un blog muy chulo sobre Madrid llamado "Es Madrid no Madriz"donde escribe y fotografía distintos acontecimientos que tienen lugar en la ciudad. Además tiene un montón de fotos guapísimas como esta, que me cedió amablemente y que le agradezco un montón, para que podaís ver como son los trajes típicos de chulapo y chulapa. Gracias! ;)

Listening to Antonio Flores No dudaría

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At 16/5/07 09:22, Blogger Matritensis said...

Gracias a ti Dsole, es un placer.
Saludos y muchas gracias por el post ;)

 
At 16/5/07 10:13, Anonymous kris said...

they are very pretty!
do you own such costume, Dsole?

 
At 16/5/07 10:38, Blogger Irina said...

Very colourful photo and inetersting costumes!
But may I ask who chulapo and chulapa are? :)

 
At 16/5/07 12:18, Blogger Ioanna said...

Beautiful costumes, beautiful costumes.
Thank for your wish dsole.
And I wish you good luck in your new job!

 
At 16/5/07 12:35, Blogger Kalyan said...

A beautifully captured shot!

 
At 16/5/07 12:47, Blogger Olivier said...

costume traditionel ? ils sont tres beaux.


traditional costume ? they are very beautiful.

 
At 16/5/07 13:03, Blogger Piika said...

veerrryyy interesting!

 
At 16/5/07 13:32, Blogger Ben said...

Very nice and thanks for link. I found it is very interesting too. (Unfortunately, I can not understand words but still great to see those images.)

 
At 16/5/07 17:14, Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I like this photograph a lot. Not only does it show the clothes but also the atmosphere. Nice photo.

 
At 16/5/07 17:42, Blogger Annie said...

It's nice to see this, Dsole. Thank you for posting these celebrants today in their costumes.

 
At 16/5/07 18:35, Blogger sombras(mi foto) said...

...y vas a ver,. lo que es canela fina,. y armar la tremolina,. cuando llegues a Madrid.

 
At 16/5/07 19:50, Blogger Dsole said...

Matritensis, hiciste muy buen trabajo, al final mereció la pena pasar ese calor eh? ;)

Kris, no, i don't have it.. But I know some girl who get into Eiffel Tower in Paris dressed like that!

Irina, that's how we call to the people dressed like that, chulapo for male and chulapa for female.

Thank you Ioanna! It's almost 8 pm and i'm still here.. but nobody it's watching me... ;)

It's Ok, ben, images are universal, right?


Sombras, Annie, Abraham, Piika, Olivier, and kalyan, many thanks for droping by! :)

 
At 16/5/07 21:10, Blogger MBRox said...

dsole, my husband and i are coming to madrid in 4 days! you are making me excited for the trip! great photos!

 
At 17/5/07 01:59, Blogger Monica said...

Chulapo es muy parecido con la costumbre usado en Portugal también, es decir, es una tradición en Portugal pero no sé cual nombre ellos tienen allá.

 
At 17/5/07 06:27, Blogger Lavenderlady said...

My goodness, those are nice. I am interested in the flowers in the hair. Is there any significance to the color, number, etc?

 
At 17/5/07 11:58, Blogger Kala said...

now i know what a Chulapa is!!! =)

 
At 17/5/07 13:10, Blogger Martel said...

Hello, I present my blog photographs to you on a small city : Martel. in the Quercy (the black perigord in France), the area of the foie gras and the omelette to boletus.

mon blog of photographs on the town of Martel.

 
At 18/5/07 01:47, Blogger Monica said...

Dsole I've posted some pictures of Spain from the last time I've been there.
Although the photos are from Bilbao, not Madri. I've read that the regions in Spain can be so different from one another that sometimes some people from another region - like Cataluña, for instance - consider it a separeted country.
Is it correct? Well, I know in Bilbao this kind of thing can happen.

 
At 18/5/07 07:36, Blogger Leena said...

Good Friday morning, dsole!
I was smiling, when you said, nobody is watching you in your work. Your work is such kind of work, where you have to get results by yourself, isn`t it :)

It could be a nice theme for some theme day, the traditional or regional or national dresses.

Very, very beautiful weekend to you!

 
At 18/5/07 08:25, Blogger Seda said...

Are those your local cloths?
Seda

 
At 18/5/07 11:04, Blogger Carraol said...

He visto esos trajes en las fiestas de la comunidad española, son en verdad elegantes y coloridos, como para bailar. Ole!

 
At 18/5/07 15:53, Blogger MBRox said...

dsole, thanks for the Madrid suggestions on my blog! can't wait!

 

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