Yesterday we explored and enjoyed Tlaquepaque!
Fiesta flags are everywhere
Museo de Ceramica's courtyard
Inside El Abajeno's Restaurant
Day of the Dead Caterina
( I really wanted the dog!)
There were numerous Caterinas
And some priests...
But mostly Caterinas
Another view of El Abajeno Restaurant.
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Such colors brighten up the day, adding life to the 'dead' this day. Brilliant hues allow us to feel alive and full of life. I like the dog too!ReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of fun!ReplyDelete
I see you're having a good time. Good for the both of you.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day. :)
I love Tlaquepaque! I've been there only once, but your photos bring back pleasant memories!ReplyDelete
Shadows in a Barren Land
Now that looked like a fun filled day!ReplyDelete
Hi Kathe, I hadn't known of Tlaquepaque. But Mr. Google said it is a suburb of Guadalajara. We have a chain of Mexican restaurants here called Guadalajara.ReplyDelete
It looks like a pretty town, very festive. Your pictures are nice.
Just amazing! Thanks for sharing those images. I bet you are having an awesome time.ReplyDelete
It looks like they take their celebration very seriously!ReplyDelete
This town really knows how to celebrate.ReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of fun.ReplyDelete
These look beautiful at day time but at night - would be too scary for me!ReplyDelete
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So colorful! Looks like fun!ReplyDelete
That site is one of the best for shadow shots! So much fun!ReplyDelete
Nice shadows you captured!ReplyDelete