Theo's Trabuchet fishing hut
The Trabucco (Trabuchet) is a typical and ancient fishing machine from the east coast of Italy.
It's made of wood and consists of a platform into the sea connected to the coast by a tight bridge made of wooden boards.
From this platform, two (or more) long arms called antennae stretch out suspended some feet above the water, supporting a huge and narrow-meshed net (called trabocchetto).
My little Trabucco is the home of Theo, an old red-bearded fisherman who loves spending his days fishing and preparing the nets.
Every now and then some friends visit him by boat, since the medium-azure hut can be reached by an unstable ladder starting right from the sea. Today Pablo is dockingat the pole near the Trabucco, he has come to visit his friend Theo. Enjoy!