Día de los Muertos 2016- A Photo Essay

Since 2001, Loaves & Fishes has celebrated Dia de los Muertos by reading the names of members of the Sacramento homeless community who have passed on. This year nearly 700 names were read by L&F guests, staff members and volunteers at the Memorial Wall at Friendship Park. Images from the memorable event were captured by Gale Filter, Theodore Goodwin and Bob Redd, all members of the Sierra Camera Club.

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Gale Filter - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Theodore Goodwin - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016

Photo by Bob Redd - 2016