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Stock Photo: The Chairman of a Bullfight Shows an Orange Handkerchief


The Chairman of a Bullfight Shows an Orange Handkerchief
© Felipe Rodriguez


Image Description:
The orange handkerchief means that the bull will be spared and not killed. The bullfight chairman has this faculty after the spectators' request. Unless it is an unanimous request, the chairman will hardly show the orange handkerchief. Taken in Espartinas, province of Seville, Spain, 8th October 2006, when Zalduendo's bull called "Juguete" ("Toy") was spared after a great performance by Enrique Ponce. Photograph by Felipe Rodriguez.

Image Number: 0133-0611-0909-0618

Maximum Image Size: 3504 x 2336 Pixels - 11.68 x 7.79 Inches @ 300 dpi

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Beatus ille. Fotos por Felipe Rodríguez.