Silent Sundays: Día de los Muertos (2009)

A skull covered in marigolds rests in front of a wall of graves, Mexico City, Oct. 27 2009 Halloween Day of the Dead Dia de los Muertos

“A skull covered in marigolds rests in front of a wall of graves during preparations for a massive altar in the San Fernando Cemetery in Mexico City, Oct. 27, 2009. Workers added thousands of marigolds, known in Mexico as cempasuchil, to giant skull images as they prepare to observe the of Day of the Dead” (Día de los Muertos). Photographed by Gregory Bull for AP Photo. Photo and caption via Big Picture’s Day of the Dead collection.

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