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Welcome to San Miguel Dueñas

Since we have been talking a lot about San Miguel Dueñas recently, I figured I should share with you a picture of …


Where’s The Clock?

No worries, the clock has not been stolen. The clock was removed for a routine maintenance. By the way, I heard in …


Antigua Abstracta

Early on I had been bewitched by the abstract possibilities found in every nook and cranny of this enchanting and vibrant sleepy …


Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

What’s the relationship between Guatemalan filmmaker Diego Combi, Carlos Fuentes’ Constancia and Other Stories for Virgins and Clint Eastwood’s Midnight in the …


Theme Day: Contrast

As every first of the month, AntiguaDailyPhoto is joining City Daily Photo community in the orchestrated global effort to show you “contrast” …


Narrow Arched-doorway in Antigua

Sure, La Antigua Guatemala is a nearly-quincentennial city and you may be inclined to believe after some strolls around Antigua that nothing …


Arch column in Jocotenango

Okay enough is enough. If you browse the Arches category you can find 22 entries and that is not counting all the arches that have appeared through the 535 consecutive days, but I have not tagged or classified as arches. Not once I have talked about the simple column that supports the arch; that is wrong if you consider that it takes two columns to support a single arch.


Arch-framed Women in Jocotenango

This is very simple image will allow us to play a creative game. Taking the two women as our characters we will write up one of many conceivable dialogues as the interaction between them. This would be similar to what we did in Opposite Ends of Life #2, which you should look at and read to get an idea. The apparent age difference could be used to set the pair as mother and daughter or sisters or simply co-workers of the newly opened Subway; it is up to you. I will submit the first plausible dialogue.