Travel Photography Photos tagged as cristo
Rio de Janeiro - Corcovado - Cristo Redentor
This alfombra had been full color with a beautiful geometric pattern. This is the aftermath of both Andas walking over it.
The Virgin Mary is dressed in black already mourning Christ.
This procession will go until 6:00 am and began at 4:00 pm. For 26 hours they wander the streets of Antigua in mourning for Christ's death.
The Anda at night.
Cucurruchos walking up to take their place with the Stations of the Cross.
The man in charge of that alfombra was Enrique who is the orchid specialist that works for Vey.
The Last Supper Station of the Cross where Judas betrays Jesus.
Every time I go to my hometown, Cali, Colombia, and see "Cristo Rey", the 45 meters monument similar to the one in Rio de Janeiro, I feel like my city is receiving me with open arms. The monument is seen by the whole city since it is placed on the top of one of our huge mountains. At night, the monument is gorgeous because it is covered with thousands of lights, and as one can't see the mountain because of the darkness, the monument looks like if it is hanging from the sky. It's beautiful! A great attraction in Cali. We also have another huge monument, "Las Tres Cruces" (The Three Crosses). It is said that the Three Crosses were built in 1937, in order to protect the city from the devil, who according to the locals, one day appeared on the mountain and cursed the city. As a way of protection, a priest hired an arquithect and made him to build the Thre Crosses to enclosed the devil on the mountain and protect the city from its course.
A great photo of cristo redonter
Christ Redeemer. The statue is 38 meters tall and it stands on top the 710 meter Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest.
view form Sugar Loaf. that is Botafogo bay down there
Eu e o bernas
Eu o bernas e o juan