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October 31, 2008

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Chris

How much do I love your posts!

(hint: more than chocolate)

Thank you for that saying! I'm using it.

stephanie

I KNEW this would be spectacular!!

Happy Halloween...

x..x

glorv1

That is so great. I felt like I was there. Thank you for sharing.

susanna

Ohhhhh...what an incredible experience that must have been for you all. I would LOVE to go there one day. I think it would be one of those trips, those experiences, that would seep right down into my bones and memory.

jennlui

what impressive photographs! i love that i can almost smell the flowers... so many beautiful colors! thank you so very much for sharing this week your travels and experience in mexico. i hope to travel there soon, i can't even imagine how it all must look like in person!!! breath taking i'm sure. thanks again!

Yoli

Such beatufiul pictures. I miss Mexico and the fiestas during this sacred time.
Thank you for sharing.

(I am on my Bloglandia Journey)
Saludos,

Yoli

gillian at indigo blue

Fantastic experience you lucky duck!! I love the bright, colourful way this holiday is celebrated.
Thanks for sharing your story and pictures of the cemeteries.
xoxo

Seth

This post really captured the feeling of this holiday for me. The bounty of flowers in the cemeteries is both beautiful and reverent. Must have been a very memorable experience for you.

Meg

Thanks for posting on your trip to Oaxaca last year--I got back from Oaxaca on Monday and really enjoyed seeing your pictures and reading about your trip. Dia de los Muertos in Oaxaca is something you have to experience to understand, but you've done a wonderful job with words and pictures. Thank you! Next year I want to make sugar skulls or learn to make plaster figures. Where do you get the skull molds?

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