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Historic Images of Vallarta???

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I'm working on designs for our lables which will be placed on tequila bottles at each table.

 

I'm thinking of using Historic/ Vintage pictures of landmarks of Vallarta as the backdrop of our label, or maybe distorting a pic and making it look worn??

 

Can anyone help me find these images?

 

Thanks so much!

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I'm working on designs for our lables which will be placed on tequila bottles at each table.

I'm thinking of using Historic/ Vintage pictures of landmarks of Vallarta as the backdrop of our label, or maybe distorting a pic and making it look worn??

Can anyone help me find these images?

Thanks so much!
did you see these?? I will look for better ones...

Puerto Vallarta

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Thank you! I was just on that site, I was hoping for a better shot of the church, the seahorse, the arcs. But thanks so much!

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My mom has pics she took the first time she went to PV in like the 60's....I can see if there are any specifically of what you are looking for and maybe I can scan them for you or something?

 

She has a pic of the Camino Real (now Dreams) and she was like "I didn't stay there, for some reason I wanted to stop and take a picture". I said maybe you knew I'd stay there for my wedding (even though it was like 15 years before I was born...lol)

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Wow Jamy, that would be great if you could get me some pics!

 

How crazy that she had a pic of the Camino Real, what a sweet memory to add to your album!

 

And I will def need to look at that book. I found it last night searching the internet for pics.

 

I hope I can pull if off!

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