A covered Paso in a church in Granada
Semana Santa (Holy Week) is one of the most important traditional events of Andalucia. It is celebrated in the week leading up to Easter. The week features the procession of pasos, floats of lifelike wooden sculptures of different scenes of the events of the Passion or images of the Virgin Mary or other saints.
A Paso (Spanish for Pace or Step) is an elaborate float carried by costaleros and are usually followed by a band. Some have long skirts that cover the bearers entirely, giving the impression that the statue is floating on its own power.
The patterns in Spain stay mainly in the southern plain!
Happy Easter! Happy Iranian New Year!
I spotted this bunny tree in Temple Fortune.
Self portrait as a Cyborg