Last week was the Feria de Malaga which, amongst other thing, is known for its flamenco dancing. Every day thousands of people head to the city center to have a huge street party. With live music, the sherry flowing faster than is healthy and the sun beating down the city quickly becomes a lively place. It is traditional for the women of the city to wear the full flamenco dress and dance to the rhythms of the bands which seem to appear and disappear at random. Malaga, Andalucia, Spain.
Note to DSLR users: Shots like this are much easier to nail with an electronic viewfinder.
Shot on a Sony a6000 at 1/4000, f/4.5, ISO 160. Copyright Tom Bourdon.