Intemperie is a magazine dedicated to everything and anything that can be done outside the house. Once outside, we’re not too interested in boundaries: we let our imagination take us, and write about it alongside our video content.
Winter and water. The south of Gredos still without snow. Drinking water straight from the stream. Underneath, the trout have been getting together for weeks. Above, the oaks have gone to sleep. There’s no need to visit remote places to contemplate a clean, free, wild river. It’s enough to get away from the city, the … Continue reading Minchones and Jaranda
Fire is no small thing. Nowadays we press a button and the cooker, the fireplace, the lighter springs to life. But it took us millions of years to find that spark. Before that the nights were black and beasts were scary, we ate raw meat and the freezing wind would worm its way into our … Continue reading Festival of Los Escobazos
The Iberian peninsula is made up of varied and fertile ecosystems in which a multitude of edible fungi can be collected all year round. The "Sistema Central" and the "Sistema Ibérico", contains a number of conifer woods, such as the common pine (Pinus silvestris) or the maritime pine (Pinus pinaster), and leafy woods of beech … Continue reading The four seasons
Feel the water, as if touching Earth’s most alive skin. The day just opened, all alone with the fish and cranes. Feel the water, get wet, stroke the fish, walk along the shore, imagine what there is underneath. Feel the sheen, the reflection, the edge of autumn, the soul of cloud that the river or … Continue reading Valdecañas
Alcarria is a natural region which makes up most of the centre and south of the province of Guadalajara, the north-east of the province of Cuenca (both in Castilla - La Mancha) and the south-east of the Community of Madrid. Geographically, it’s formed of a limestone moor which is constantly dissected from north to south … Continue reading Autumn colours in La Alcarria
Every fisherman has their river. They grow up alongside it, and in it they learn what danger and bliss look like. Every fisherman has their brook. They return to it year upon year until they know it off by heart: its shape, its paths and its footsteps beneath the water. This is my river. For … Continue reading Break in La Vera