Message Delayed is a photography project by Mike Fit. He has done this project for the past two years in Washington Heights during the Juan Pablo Duarte Carnaval in June. He makes portraits of passersby during the street festival. Each person holds a sign that describes what they are thinking about at the moment. The trick is that no one gets to see the photos for a year, until they are exhibited at the following year’s street festival. The Village Voice called “Message Delayed” the “anti-Facebook.” He plan to continue the project for 10 years.