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A woman in a long red evening dress and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
1174-4097 - A woman in a long red evening dress and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit dancing on the steps of a building.
1174-4098 - A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit dancing on the steps of a building.
A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through a city.
1174-4100 - A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through a city.
A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
1174-4099 - A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt and a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt wearing a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
1174-4096 - A woman in a long red evening dress with fishtail skirt wearing a fur stole, and a man in a suit, walking through snow in the city.
Grave of a teenager shot in a hunting accident during the celebration of Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the Tzintzuntzan cemetery. People decorate the graves of their dead children, often referred to as little angels (angelitos) with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxóchitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, toys, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late offspring by the tombs all night from October 31 to November 1, All Saints Day, date that is set aside for remembrance of deceased infants and children., Michoacán, Mexico
1116-25555 - Grave of a teenager shot in a hunting accident during the celebration of Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead at the Tzintzuntzan cemetery. People decorate the graves of their dead children, often referred to as little angels (angelitos) with offerings of flowers, particularly marigolds (cempoalxóchitl or zempasuchil), bread of the dead (pan de muerto), candles, toys, the deceased's favourite food, drinks and personal belongings to guide their spirits home. Families celebrate their late offspring by the tombs all night from October 31 to November 1, All Saints Day, date that is set aside for remembrance of deceased infants and children., Michoacán, Mexico
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