A saint’s procession in Seville

I took a travel writing class in 2012 and one of the assignments was to compile a 30-second video of personal travel pictures to tell a story.

After a couple of failed attempts, I finally cut together one of my favourite experiences in Spain: the procession of La Virgen de la Cabeza in Seville. The background music is pulled off of some video I shot of the crowd singing to La Virgen’s beauty and the blessings received from her. The song is unbelievably catchy, I still have it rumbling around in my head.

Catching this poster, almost by accident, led to one of the most memorable travel experiences of my life.

Admittedly, the images flash by a little quickly. Here’s the photoset used in the video:

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