The arrival of the bands signified that it wouldn't be too long before the commencement of proceedings that were scheduled to start at 6am........it was getting a little chilly waiting amongst the large crowd.
The Nazarenos, who in different tunics accompany most of the processions during Holy Week.
After a short while, the second paso appeared, this one depicting Our Lady of Sorrows, again supported by seventy "costaleros".
At about 12.30pm, we wandered back up to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento to hopefully watch the procession returning to the Church.
Large crowds lined the route as the second paso came up Calle Llana.
Nuestra Señora de los Dolores - Our Lady of Sorrows.
Although we have now witnessed this event for the last three years, we are still stunned into admiration and totally humbled by the devotion and strength of all who participate. The pride of the Olvereños in their family and friends who take part and of those who line the streets is truly justified.