Rain Drops over a Nopal Pad Wallpaper

Rain drops and Nopal Wallpaper

There has been a lot of rain lately in Guatemala and so the photo taken process has slowed down a bit; at least for me. Still, I have to go out on the rain to make the daily quota of photos from La Antigua Guatemala so I can keep you guys happy. The comments have dwindled to the point where I think nobody is interested in these photos anymore, except for you, my permanent visitor. I continue to take photos and do this daily routine for you…

You just have to be a bit more creative with the rain and the white and gray skies. For instance, a visit to our garden for some macro photos gave us this close-up shot of two rain drops on top a nopal penca (cactus pad) to be used as a possible wallpaper for your desktop computer. If you would like other Antigua Guatemala wallpapers for your computer, please, take a look at the wallpapers category. I hope you like options available there. Let me know either way.

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  • ok rudy your perment reader has been in the hospital. i almost died, i had a absess in my belly where they did surgery last january but i am home now.i had a whole weeks worth of photos to look at tonight. keep on keeping on.
    you do a great job.
    while in the hospital i meet 2 hospital workers in rogers ar. that were from peru in south america. i can’t hardly believe how small a world we have.
    also one little girl from panamal. she told me NO ENGLISH but you know me i kept on till she talked to me.
    all my best to you.

  • Great picture. Did you take it with your Cannon? I have the A540 and I love the Micro feature for insects and flowers. As for La Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo, I will always be a permanent visitor. 🙂

  • Jerry T

    I currently have one of your photos as wallpaper and I love it. This is a really cool shot. I may use it in the future or on the laptop. I understand about the rain in La Antigua, since I have only been there in the rainy season. Keep up the good work. I read your site everyday, but don’t always have the time to comment. I am an avid fan of yours. Best wishes

  • Ginie

    I am just back from La Antiqua. I started getting your pictures before I going. I love them even more now that I have experienced the beauty of the people and the land. Keep up the good work. My Best.

  • Clary

    Please more pics for WallPaper!! Love them. Like them with points of interest on the right since most of my desktop icons are on the left. Happy Shooting. Thanks for doing this. It is so great to see Antigua everyday.

  • These are great wallpapers and i work a lot in photoshop so i really appreciate backgrounds like these too. Thanks! Rudy, I get your pictures sent to me everyday and always enjoy them…I just don’t always have time to comment but will try to do that more…I know what it’s like to not get any feedback…you start to wonder!

  • I love this picture. Refreshing in this heat!

  • Patsy, you take it easy… I am glad you’re recovering now, but please take it easy.

    Sompopo, yes I did take with the Canon A620 like just about all the photos in this site.

    Jerry T, which photo are you using as wallpaper? I’m curious.

    Ginie, I am happy to know you had a good time in this old town.

    Clary, I will do a series of wallpapers (maybe wall texture or something like that).

    Kate I, thanks for making yourself visible.

    Lessie, welcome back… I thought you had gone on your walkabout.

  • Becky

    Wow—I feel so dumb all of the sudden. I never thought of wallpaper for these great pics!!!! Keep up with the photos, but remember like we all told you once before, don’t feel obligated to do one EVERY day. I think you must be the only photographer in the Daily Photo family who posts so religiously. You can take a “little” vacation if you think it may rejuvenate your efforts and great talent!!

    Becky

  • Karen

    Rudy,

    I rarely post, but I love the website, and check it daily. We were in Antigua last year for 4 months, and remember rainy season fondly. Please keep up the good work!

    Karen

  • You know Rudy, sometimes I don’t comment because “WOW” on it’s own is just not intelligent enough and, I also don’t wish you or anyone else to think that I have to “speak for the sake of speaking”. Then there’s the time factor, of course. Those do not indicate a lack of interest, nor a lack of visits though, so please don’t think that silence is an indicator. Besides, if lack of comments were really an accurate measure, I’d have given up with my blogs a LONG time ago. 🙂

  • I currently save it to my favourite pic. it’s a cool shot keep it up.