First it's a photo shoot at Oak Hill Cemetery, now I am having a ball at the Day of the Dead Festival! I guess the Cemetery in Montmartre is next. Meanwhile this was my first time to attend this wonderful event , and I'm so glad I did. Bare Hands Gallery on Richard Arrington Blvd. South, hosted this 6th Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival . The festivities started at 1:00 and lasted into the night. Oh my, it's an eyeful!!! I took about 100 photos in a very short time. One day's post is NOT going to get the job done. I couldn't begin to capture it all or choose the one or two I really want you to see. To quote Strangetastes, " A photographer's buffet." Consider today's offerings your appetizer!
Top Photo: Isn't she fabulous? I couldn't stop snapping photos of her. There were many folks young and old dressed as skeletons and other spirits.
Bottom Photo: One of the many shrines for the dearly departed.
The Tune du Jour is "A Taste of Honey" by Enrico Serenade
PARIS COUNTDOWN....13 DAYS!
My thanks to my friend Snap at Garbriola, BC Daily Photo for the Kreativ Blogger Award. This time I would like to pass this award on to all of my wonderful photographer/blogger friends that stop by and have taught me so much. Merci mes amis!!!! In keeping with the award criteria I will however share 6 things that make me happy:
1.Being retired and the opportunities it has afforded me
2. Time well spent with family and friends
3. Photographing my precious grandchildren
4. Being able to volunteer my time and talents
My special thanks to Snapper whose photographs continue to amaze and inspire me.
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