Dia de los Muertos Revisited

We actually attended a Dia de los Muertos Festival on Thursday night.    Key word here is festival—it was festive, not morbid, sad, mournful, or frightening.

We went to see some student art work on display and stayed for the music, characters, and joyfulness of the celebration.

I also found the “effect” camera feature on my smart phone.   (I am a slow learner.)

For my first post on Dia de los Muertos and remembrances of my family and food, click here.

For more about our local festival, click on the film below.

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