Fireworks for a Virgin conmemoration

Category: Spontaneous Moments

 

Photo and caption by Jorge Alvear

Yearly many people conmemorate the celebration for the Quinche´s Virgin, who is highly beloved in Ecuador. Quinche is an small city in the ecuadorian Andes mountains. The picture shows at the moment of the begining of the commemorations, the church, local people watching the fireworks and a horse, ususally used for photo making in the square, is looking to the camera. The photography was shot using a slow motion capture with tripod.

Location: Quinche, Ecuador

 

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