Gentle reader, remember how I mentioned that there was competition? Sometimes there are exhibitions, too, like the two video clips in this post. Approaching midnight, and after taking in some of the incredible light shows set to music, my friends and I happened upon an amazing Flamenco demonstration set to lights from the structures surrounding the stage.
Please forgive the vantage point and the photography. Such serendipitous discovery of images to capture sometimes results in poor video quality. However, if the goal is to share the experience, then I feel I have succeeded. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below.
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Although you may not be able to see it, there is a live band playing behind the dancers, and several of the participants are dressed in various costumes of the traditional falleras. Seeing this was a surprise, as it appeared on the walk home through the city. People were dancing in a small park in front of the Cathedral, right next to where there is a large bus depot. Somehow, the location made it a little bit more charming. Kind of “here’s a flat place, I have my castanets, let’s have a dance!” type atmosphere.