An intimate and poetic look at one of the last nomad families in Spain. In Europe, the phenomenon of transhumance has survived for centuries: families of shepherds that migrate by foot with their animals in search of better pastures, climate and living conditions. The images flow between documentary and evocative language because it is not only a description of how they live but also a view into a rural and travelling atmosphere.
Susana is a documentary freelance photographer based in Spain. She graduated in Photography and Visual Arts at the University Miguel Hernandez in Elche. Her photographs have featured in a broad range of international media such as New York Times, CNN, Stern, GEO France, Days Japan, Terra Mater, Vokrug Sveta, El Mundo, Polka, El País, La Nacion and Der Spiegel. In 2012, she was shortlisted at the Sony World Photography Awards. She has won prizes at the National Photojournalism Award Doñana, the China International Press Photo Award, VISA de la ANI pix palace Perpignan, Kolga Tbilisi Photo Award, Alfred Fried Photography Award and FINI México. Her book "Zug der schafe" was published in 2019.
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