Follow Up to Façade Facelift

Follow Up to Façade Facelift

Since I showed you, just the other day, how the façade of house from La Antigua Guatemala was being repaired and painted in preparation for the Semana Santa (Holy Week) celebrations, I figured you ought to see how the house was transformed.

Well, once again, I was lucky because not only I was able to capture the transformation of a white house into a typical yellow house from La Antigua Guatemala , but at the same time continue to show you other house undergoing repairs and new paint jobs. In the picture above, you can see the yellow house in the corner and two more houses, the white and light blue house with construction workers and painters doing their magic.

Both houses, the white and light blue, have appeared before in the AntiguaDailyPhoto archives; can you point out which pages correspond to each house?

Theme Day Update: By pure chance I published a photo with something prominently yellow, which just so happens is the theme day for all the sister daily photo cities around the world. Even though is a little too late, I figure I share a link to see the other 165 cities around the globe that participated in the yellow theme.

Click here to view thumbnails for all participants

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  • Hi! I was there yesterday. and going back again.
    I loooooooooove antigua. We are now looking for where to live there, since I”m moving here in July.
    The Travel Expert(a) and an Expat with a Twist

  • Andrea P

    Was the blue house in Uniformed Tourist Queue on 2008-03-31?

  • Rudy, it would be cool to get a time-elapsed shot of one of these jobs.

  • @Marina, good luck with the search of a new home.

    @Andrea, that’s right, it was the house in the picture and also the same blue house for the Mico sign.

    @Mark, sure it would make a wonderful time-lapsed video; let me know where to look at it once you have online. 😉