Last Days of the Rainy Season 2013 in Antigua Guatemala

Rudy Giron: &emdash; Last days of rain in Antigua Guatemala

Wishful thinking, yeah, I know.

Anyhow, let us hope these are the last days of the rainy season 2013 which has been extremely copious since the beginning of September. As I promised once, I will complain less about the rain and try to find the beauty of it. I hope you like it.

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  • El Canche

    I used to like the wet season in Antigua; I would sit in a courtyard and watch the rain running down the colas de quetzal; very relaxing. That may be useless romanticism when you suffer flooding and the like, but at least you may get some sun in the morning and a temperature in two figures and in the positive. I’m not looking forward to my winters of -8C or less! Knowing you, in some way, you will turn the downside of the rain into an upside of photographic excellence.

    • Well Canche, right now we are in Autumn in Antigua Guatemala and temperature oscillate between the lows 14° ~ 18°C and somewhere between the 25°C to 29°C for the high temperatures. Today for instance, we woke up to cool 16°C/61°F. Here’s the picture I took.

      • El Canche

        Great layering; the vivid detail down to the raindrops on the flower at the front, a framing of the representative green foliage of Guatemala and the final background of the volcano, allowing La Antigua to claim the glory. When I woke up today it was 8C, no sun or even light and little prospect of much change during the day. Te envidio!