Día del trabajo or Labor Day is observed in Guatemala on May 1. Today we also celebrate 9 years of consecutive daily life updates from La Antigua Guatemala at AntiguaDailyPhoto. For the 9th anniversary (3,300 consecutive daily life updates and 12 pages, which have generated over 15,613 comments) I would like to share with you that the AntiguaDailyPhoto concept continues to create circles of friends the world over. To me there is no greater satisfaction than to be able to share with you my passion for Antigua Guatemala, Guatemalans and photography, to lend a hand whenever possible and to provide all the interesting information I come across. Of course, none of it would be possible without the support from my girlfriend, family and friends. A big THANK YOU for all your support as well!
If AntiguaDailyPhoto has been useful to you in any way, I will let you INVITE me a Moza or cup of coffee through the tip jar on the top left sidebar.
Please, let me know your thoughts or feelings about the daily photographs and captions from the last 365 days or earlier. What were your favourite series? Did you like the black and white photographs? What about the street portraits? Your feedback is very important to me and I use it as compass for things to share with you in the near future.
ONE MORE THING. Please, send me a post card!
The first time I requested post cards was an experiment entitled Postscript; a test we ran back in 2007 when we wanted to test how efficient was the regular Guatemalan Postal Service.
We were delighted by the hand written feedback and the postal stamps from many cities and countries. So, if you appreciate the work we do at AntiguaDailyPhoto and want to show it or simply participate in testing the snail mail system AGAIN, please, send a post card or letter from wherever you find yourself now to the address below:
P.O. BOX 139 EL CORREO
LA ANTIGUA GUATEMALA, C.P. 03001
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