Every step in this city results in sensory overload in the most wonderful way. The views of the river as you walk across one of the many beautiful bridges, the Toro del Oro standing tall, Las Setas, the Cathedral, and most of all, the friendly locals that inhabit the streets every hour of every day. The smells are wonderful with roasted chestnuts being sold on the streets, pastry shops on every corner, and tapas bars with outdoor seating. The sounds are distinct: horse hooves tapping with carriage rides through the city, live music, and street performers. The tastes are endless: gelato shops, tapas bars where you order multiple small Spanish dishes to enjoy, and small espresso coffees in the morning. There is never a dull moment in Seville, and these aspects are what make it home.
Madison M. is the Fall 2017 CEA MOJO Photographer in Seville, Spain. She is a current Junior studying Psychology at Christopher Newport University.
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