The Sevillanas

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Joanne smiled, after enjoying herself with some kind of a dance.
There was a lot of noise on the beach and sometimes the voices of the girls made themselves heard louder, creating a confusion when everyone was talking at the same time.
However, the girls began to sing and to dance.
There was silence.


– Great! – answered a gentleman who was in the hat next to us.
– We no longer need to visit the South of Spain to see the Sevillanas. – said the father of one of the girls.
– Film it, Joanne. – Rita said.
I tried to concentrate on the move while filming the girls dancing. Suddenly a wind came up that did not exist in all morning with a fog, but it wasn’t enough to stop the two cousins.
They were thrilled.
– Ah! – shouted, – The swimming suit is the same, are lemons.
That place was stunning after a white blanket of the fog covered the beach, and then attention was all on the small Sevillanas.

Joanne sorriu, divertindo-se perante uma espécie de dança.
Havia muito barulho na praia e, por vezes, as vozes das meninas faziam-se ouvir mais alto, gerando-se uma confusão quando todos falavam ao mesmo tempo.
Entretanto, as meninas começaram a cantar e a dançar.
Fez-se silêncio.
– Formidável – respondeu um senhor que estava no chapéu ao lado do nosso.
– Já não precisamos de visitar o sul de Espanha para ver as sevilhanas. – disse o pai de uma das meninas.
– Filma, Joanne. – disse Rita.
Tentei concentrar-me no movimento enquanto filmava a dança das meninas. De repente, surgiu um vento que não existia em toda a manhã, de nevoeiro, mas, não foi o suficiente para fazer parar as duas primas.
Estavam radiantes.
– Ah – exclamei distraidamente – o fato de banho é igual, são limões.
Aquele lugar ficou deslumbrante perante um manto branco, o nevoeiro, e, então, a atenção estava toda nas pequenas sevilhanas.

Credits: Image and text thescheme617
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