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Collin Welsch
El Dia de Los Muertos
Collection
Day of the Dead Tuber
Day of the Dead Bathing Beauty
Day of the Dead Beauty Salon
Day of the Dead Chef
Day of the Dead
Flower Vendor
Day of the Dead
Gato y Raton
Day of the Dead Guitarista
Day of the Dead Margaritaville
Day of the Dead
Mother-Daughter Portrait
Day of the Dead Perro
Day of the Dead Surfer
Day of the Dead
Virgin Mary
Day of the Dead Smoking
Nuns (aka Bad Habits)
Day of the Dead Surgeon
Day of the Dead Psychiatrist
Day of the Dead Coffee
Break
Day of the Dead Singer
Day of the Dead Bartender
Day of the Dead
Wedding Portrait
Day of the Dead Rock
Band
Day of the Dead Ace in the Hole
Day of the Dead Pool Players
Day of the Dead Mermaid
Day of the Dead Fisherman
Day of the Dead Picante Chef
Day of the Dead Yard Guy
The Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos in Spanish) is a holiday celebrated mainly in Mexico and
by people of Mexican heritage (and others) living in the United States and Canada. The celebration
occurs on the 1st and 2nd of November, in connection with the Catholic holy days of All Saints' Day
and All Souls' Day which take place on those days. Traditions include building private altars honoring
the deceased, and using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the
departed. Observance of the holiday in Mexican-American communities in the United States has
become more important and widespread as the community grows numerically and economically.
Mexican-style Day of the Dead festivities have spread around the world, including to Europe and New
Zealand.
Day of the Dead Kayaker
Girls at the Gala
The Cafe
Decadence
Scales of Justice
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