Tuesday, May 1, 2007

May Theme Day - City Exchange!!


Update: HAPPY BLOGIVERSARY, RUDY! I saw after I posted this photo that Rudy, from Antigua Daily Photo is having a one year anniversary. I enjoy his blog quite a bit, and I loved his city when I went there in January. So today's photo is in honor of Rudy and Antigua Daily Photo!
Ok, I'm a little late, but it's still May 1st here! For a little while, at least! This picture was taken on my trip to Antigua, Guatemala in January. I loved Antigua!! It is a beautiful city, and I would love to go back. I have a loooot of pictures from Guatemala, so I'm glad to be able to show one off.
Check out these other Theme Day Photos!

Monte Carlo, Monaco -
Rome, Italy -
Singapore, Singapore -
Tenerife, Spain -
Rotterdam, Netherlands -
London, UK -
Montréal (QC), Canada -
Melbourne, Australia -
Naples (FL), USA -
Bastia, France -
Hong Kong, China -
Mazatlan, Mexico -
Buenos Aeres, Argentina -
Manila, Philippines -
Arradon, France -
Madison (WI), USA -
Evry, France -
Seoul, Korea -
Shanghai, China -
Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia -
Sequim (WA), USA -
Singapore, Singapore -
Budapest, Hungary -
Baziège, France -
Hamburg, Germany -
Toruń, Poland -
Nelson, New Zealand -
Madison (WI), USA -
Vantaa, Finland -
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -
Mainz, Germany -
Dubai, UAE -
Saint Paul (MN), USA -
Cork, Ireland -
Stockholm, Sweden -
Menton, France -
Tel Aviv, Israel -
Albuquerque (NM), USA -
Kitakami, Japan -
Stayton (OR), USA -
Szentes, Hungary -
Stavanger, Norway -
Grenoble, France -
Villigen, Switzerland -
Paris, France -
Hyde, UK -
Moscow, Russia -
Joplin (MO), USA -
Jakarta, Indonesia -
Greenville (SC), USA -
Cape Town, South Africa -
Asheville (NC), USA -
Seattle (WA), USA -
Kyoto, Japan -
Tokyo, Japan -
Madrid, Spain -
Auckland, New Zealand -
Oulu, Finland -
Lubbock (TX), USA -
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina -
Baton Rouge (LA), USA -
Sydney, Australia -
Maple Ridge (BC), Canada -
Vancouver, Canada -
Seattle (WA), USA -
Selma (AL), USA -
Chandler (AZ), USA -
Sharon (CT), USA -
Manila, Philippines -
Lyon, France -
New York City (NY), USA -
Los Angeles (CA), USA -
Brookville (OH), USA -
Hayle, UK -
Wailea (HI), USA -
Saarbrücken, Germany -
San Diego (CA), USA -
Boston (MA), USA -
Saint Louis (MO), USA -
Cypress (TX), USA -
Anderson (SC), USA -
Torino, Italy

7 comments:

Gerald England said...

well I wasn't going to update my yesterday's page again but with Lubbock posting late and now yourself it brings the participants up to 100!

And so appropriate that you show Antigua on the day that Antigua DP is one year old!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Well you made it. The photograph is nice too. It was my first Theme Day and I enjoyed it very much.

Omaheña said...

Thanks, guys! It was my first theme day also (and a fun one), and I think it's great that there were 100 participants! I checked Rudy's site after I posted my photo, and saw that it was his one year blogiversary! So, my photo is in honor of him!

Dsole said...

omaheña... beautiful pic! i would like to visit a lot of places... and Antigua must be a beautiful city indeed!
I had a lot of fun with all the theme day around the planet! :)

RamblingRound said...

Colorful storefronts. This was my first theme day too, and glad you joined it.

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com said...

Omaheña, I like to know where the Ñ comes from in Omaheña?

Anyhow, I like the angle of your shot of Calle del Archo. You captured a nice tapestry of the Antigüeño Color Palette.

Thanks for the link and for thinking of La Antigua Guatemala for the theme day! I just can't believe you were here in January and you did not look me up for cup of coffee!?

Gracias de todos modos y espero verte la próxima vez que nos visites.

Omaheña said...

Thanks, Rudy, for your compliments! I just started my blog (and found yours through the portal) in February, after I was already back here from Guatemala! I love seeing your pictures because it reminds me of my trip, and I can see all of the things that I didn't get to see in my 2 days in Antigua.
Omaheña is a nickname, I guess, made up by my Latino international student friends. In English, I think it's Omahan, which sounds funny to me. And I'm really more Latina now than American, but I'm still from here, so Omaheña, I guess, is kind of a mixture of the two cultures!
¡Y te aseguro que te voy a buscar la siguiente vez que vaya a Guatemala!