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From the Cemetery Grounds to the Heavens Above, Here’s This Year’s Día de Los Muertos Event at Hollywood Forever Captured From the Sky

[dropcap size=big]O[/dropcap]n a holiday focused on remembrance of life and the acceptance of death, this clash of emotions, looked at from the sky, is nullified. A green canvas from the well-kept cemetery grounds, once a year is decorated with the vibrant colors of countless ofrendas, folklorico dancers, and the hundreds of flowers. In its 22nd year, the Hollywood Forever Cemetery Día de Los Muertos event brings its patrons food, music, and an array of arts to indulge in.

For the first time ever, L.A. TACOLAND was also present! Our very own mini-taco event within the festival of the dead. While you go through this photo essay, hyper focus on the brilliance of the colors that not only captivate the eyes on the ground but shine brightly from the skies.

Editor's Note: A special thank you to L.A. TACO's Director of Marketing, Samantha Nuñez, for making this photo essay happen.   

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