Nelo’s Vantage Point

Leonel -Nelo- Miijangos hard at work by Norman Ávila

I want to publicly thank my dear friend and colleague Nelo Mijangos for sharing his wonderful Lent and Holy Week photography with us. Also, I want to praise his fabulous new angles and less traditional perspectives for the Holy Week photos.

Norman Ávila, the brains and enthusiastic person behind ClimaYa (Guatemala’s real-time weather reports), sent me these images of Nelo at work hanging from an electric pole. Later on Nelo sent me a photo he took from this vantage point with his iPhone 4. Thanks to Norman Ávila we get the real-time weather reports in AntiguaDailyPhoto, GuatemalaDailyPhoto and XelaDailyPhoto.

If you appreciate the Lent and Holy Week photos shared with us by Nelo, please do let him know in the comments.

Last but not least, remember that you can check out what happened during Holy Week in XelaDailyPhoto and GuatemalaDailyPhoto.

Photos of Leonel Mijangos by Norman Ávila. Vantage point photo by Leonel [Nelo] Mijangos

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  • Leif Hagen

    Nice job, Nelo! It was fun to look through your Holy Week postings!
    My family enjoyed Easter celebrations this week – I hope you did, too!

  • Eric

    Nelo, donde esta su paracaidas ? Je-je-je Bien hecho. Me encantan las fotos!

  • Erick!

    Awesome (and gutsy) job! Thanks for sharing all those pictures with us and for your hard work.

  • Nelo is all about adventure, so it was indeed a great adventure and stunning display of wonderful photos!!!!! Thank you Neeeeeeelo!!!!!!!

  • Miguel Avila

    I tried to copy the Nelo style to shot in the last week, but without special equipment, and is true.. Nelo has a best and original angle to take picture, so I´m inspired to copy your style man. jejeje, Ohh.. I will publish some picture of the famous Nelo: Photographer of the heights.

  • Begonia

    Yes, thank you, Nelo! I have enjoyed your photos here and on facebook.

    One of the wonderful things about your photos is that you can truly get a better look at the andas. You miss out on all the work that has gone into making the beautiful andas from the street-level perspective.