Chocolate and sugar skulls in the Tenancingo market. A tradition in central Mexico. Benneton skulls XD
The 2nd of November is the Dead's Day, a bank holiday in some places. It comes from a mixture of the pre-hispanic and catholic traditions. During this day people goes to the cementery to clean the graves, pray and talk with the ones that already left. When they can't pay a visit, an altar is made at their home with candles, pictures, food, tequila, cigarretes, toys and dead's bread, so the dead relatives' souls can come and eat.
Even with death we like to party =)
PD.- I love my new Canon PowerShot SX100 IS =D