Antigua Abstracta

Antigua Abstracta

Early on I had been bewitched by the abstract possibilities found in every nook and cranny of this enchanting and vibrant sleepy little town. By day 100 with entries like Antigua Colors, I began collecting the bit and pieces of what will become my Antigua Abstracta photo exhibit. A few other samples captured along the way are found in New Aesthetic Values of an Old Town, Upside Down Arches, Shadow Casting Lamp, Dome Roof Details, and most photos in the tagged with Textura, just to list a few images.

I hope to have all the images, the venue and the Antigua Abstracta exhibit ready before the end of the year!

Of course you don’t have to wait until my next photo exhibition to acquired high quality prints to decorate your or your loved one’s home or office walls since you can purchase them at any time, like right now! 😉

Shadow casting lamp Windows and Ceiling

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  • Eh, you and your photos, I’m pretty sure I envy them in the healthy way (hopefully there is one :O)). Finally I am beginning to enjoy your posts, so it will take me a while to get back on track and to at least provide the next article in months… Congratulations, those are stunning photos indeed!!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • sheila

    Stunning is the word 🙂

  • Brian Wozniak

    Love the photos, Rudy. Please keep up the good work! Also, I just received the two photos I ordered, the 24″x36″ photos. They are in great shape and look AMAZING!!! I can’t wait to get them up in my house. Now I just need to find the right frame. =-)

    Thanks again, and please keep up the great work!

  • Stephanie

    I love this! The different lines and angles all come together to create a sense of motion — Any more and it would make me dizzy, but it’s just the right combination so it’s a pleasant feeling instead.

  • Rudy, Great shot of the arch with a different perspective! Very nice.
    Just curious, do you know of anyone planning to host a Worldwide Photowalk in Antigua, or Guatemala for that matter? I have been looking, but was surprised to find them only in Mexico and El Salvador. I was hoping you might know. The main photowalk page is http://worldwidephotowalk.com. Thanks!