vivan los muertos


Tell me there’s going to be an Aztec procession, and I am there. After hosting a potluck, which by the way included a couple of my favorite food bloggers (post to come), I grabbed the hubby, my son , his friend and Vianessa, and headed out the door to The Autry. I’m not a huge Halloween person but I can definitely get down with Day of the Dead festivities. Music, guacamole, vibrant art, costumes, celebrating life and remembering the dead? Yes, yes, yes.


1 Monique| 10.30.11 at 1:41 pm |

Amazing images!!

2 cat| 10.30.11 at 3:09 pm |


3 Ericka| 10.30.11 at 10:17 pm |

Your images are beautiful. I loved the event. I didn’t know you made it on time!

4 Helena| 10.31.11 at 1:53 pm |


5 Lidia Sagastume| 11.01.11 at 12:33 am |

Beautiful images!

6 Rachel| 11.01.11 at 2:17 pm |

Thank you!

7 Rachel| 11.01.11 at 2:18 pm |


8 Rachel| 11.01.11 at 2:18 pm |

It was not easy! Nicole fed me well. I needed a nap!

9 Rachel| 11.01.11 at 2:18 pm |


10 Rachel| 11.01.11 at 2:19 pm |

Thanks! xoxox. Missed ya!

11 BellaVidaLetty| 11.01.11 at 5:02 pm |

Great captures. Especially the piece embellished with seashells and starfish. The sea theme makes me think of Yemaya and realize how rich Latino cultures are.

I was so inspired by a mask making workshop I attended over the weekend that I’ll actually be in a Dia de los Muertos parade tomorrow.

12 Brenda| 11.02.11 at 10:15 am |

Love the Pictures!
I wish we had events like this in Dallas. Saludos!

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