Photographer's Note

Several years ago, when the celebrations of Easter were not a phenomenon of masses, one of the most rewarding subjects for a photographer was to take images from the processions that are celebrated in many places of Spain. There was a kind of magical privacy between photographer and subject, participants of both sides. This picture was taken just a short time living in Granada. It is scanned from a B&W copy in paper with a small work of adjustment eliminating rest of dust and scratchs. I no remember the data of the taking, only that I carried out it with a SLR Konica, with tele 200 mm. The negative used was "Ilford HP4".

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