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Stunning Altars from San Francisco’s Dia de los Muertos

Our Spanish photographer Hanna Quevedo shows you the serene, handmade, shrines dedicated to those who have left us in the Mission District’s Garfield Park.  Dia de los Muertos, November 2nd, 2015 San Francisco.

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  • friend

    Come on, dude. It’s “altar.” It’s even spelled correctly in one of the images.