Santa Cruz - the paso of the Holy Cross. As the bearers carrying this paso carry it from underneath, they are known as costaleros.
Cristo de la Misericordia - Christ of Mercy. Because these bearers carry the paso on their shoulders, they are known as horquilleros.
Maria de la Soledad - Our Lady of Solitude. Wish I'd gotten a front-on view of this paso, but this is a pretty cool pic as it is.
Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazaréno - Our Lord Jesus of Nazareth. I don't have a photo from the other side, but it's a pretty cool paso of Jesus being whipped by the Romans...which is definitely sad, yes - but it was a cool paso!
Apparently I don't have a better picture of this one, but that's actually not a bad thing - this was not my favourite paso. Ironically, it's Cristo del Amor, Christ of Love!
This one was lovely - Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, Our Lady of Hope.
A very late procesión, so minimal photos - Cristo de los Méndez, Christ of the Méndez. I have no idea what that means, by the way.
The only daylight procesión - Cristo del Descendimiento, or Christ of the Descent from the Cross.
Our Lady of Sorrows - one of two pasos and procesiones for this imágen.
A poor photo, but this one was interesting - Santo Sepulcro, the Holy Sepulchre. A large, gilt coffin with a slightly-smaller-than-lifesize Jesus inside.
Nuestra Señora de los Dolores - again, Our Lady of Sorrows. Like the preceding procesión, this one was totally silent.
Perhaps the most interesting, and probably my favourite - Cristo Resucitado, Christ of the Resurrection. This was the children's procesión, which was why I liked it so much.
This is from a procesión I didn't see, but this is Jesús en Jerusalén (Jesús de la Paz) - aka Jesus in Jerusalem or Jesus of Peace.