Más de los Muertos

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  1. Fantastic shots, Tammy. Love the skull with the lollipop forest sprouting! 😀

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  2. I think I was Mexican in my past life : )
    I love all this stuff…

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    • Oh you and me both Jackie. The colors, the music, the flavor – the simple joy that ruminates from all of this!

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  3. Aha! This is delightful. And I came here thinking, ‘I wonder what winter soup Tammy will have for me today!’

    You fooled me by a mile! 😀

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  4. wow, great pics Tammy

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  5. Somehow these look more terrifying than our average Halloween stuff…sinister…and very arty….;o)

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  6. Sally

     /  November 5, 2012

    Very very fun and colorful. History is certainly diverse.

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  7. Lisa H

     /  November 5, 2012

    LOVE the photos! My appreciation of Día de los Muertos has grown over the years. The bright colors are such a wonderful way to honor loved ones who have passed on.

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  8. Amazing & wonderful pics, Tammy! 🙂 Very colourful too! Thanks!

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  9. Oh WOW. Love the skull made out of pink teddy bears 🙂 Fav.

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    • That was really touching wasn’t it? Clearly made to honor a child which is quite sad but on a festive day.

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  10. Love this event. Spooky in a fun , creative and exciting way. Just bright and colorful. The skull were impressive! Have a great week.

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  11. These look awesome!

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  12. That is some amazing stuff. Creative … and haunting..

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    • The colors are festive. Some of the memories are quite sad but it is such a beautiful way to honor those who have gone before us.

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  13. Dia de los Muertas is big in my neighborhood too. We didn’t get to enjoy it this year because we were dealing with the aftermath of the hurricane, so I really appreciate your photos!

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