Moroccan weddings are an event that can include the entire town. Early in the morning, family members of the bride wake up and march through the streets singing and chanting to let everyone know that a member of the community is about to be wed. From there, the marching party grows exponentially as people join the march, singing and chanting of the joyous occasion. This photo was taken of the wedding procession at the start, early in the morning. The sun is beaming down, highlighting many colorful elements of the Moroccan culture and of the celebration of the day. While the photo appears a little blurry, I think the blur captures the beauty of the photo while allowing the women in it to remain anonymous.