Grapevine’s hardest working photojournalist, Art Bicnick, was out in the countryside this fall to witness réttir, the annual sheep round-up.
Every spring, sheep are tagged and released into the open pastures, only to be collected and organized in the fall. It’s a party, with drinking, eating and dancing (learn more: here, here and here).
Of course, this leads to the second part of the fall festivities, slátur (“slaughter”). You can see that in the upcoming Part 2 of this photo series, The Silence Of The Lambs.
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