Laundry Day

Rudy Giron: &emdash; Laundry Day

We continue our series #RealGuatemala with a photograph of drying clothes in one of the villages of Antigua Guatemala. If you look into the picture, what are the things that you find interesting and what makes you feel this image, if anything at all?

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  • Eric

    Well, the color is fantastic; super-vibrant, which is normal for guatelinda. I like the clothes drying on the zinc roofing material, since everyone knows this will heat up quickly and dry the clothes faster (don’t we?). And I’m curious about ‘taller’….taller de que? Interesante…. 😉

    • Taller de herrero, Eric. En casa de herrero cuchillo de palo. Do you get it?

      • Eric

        Ahhhhh……claro, ‘mano. Es obvio que, he pasado demasiado tiempo en gringolandia, ji ji ji ji ji

        • Claro Eric, es obvio.

  • NYChapin

    Taller de sueños. ( good catch on the sign Eric) Looks like the kids play rugby. All those striped shirts. I have a white shirt that I bought in Antigua. It has a food stain and I have refused to wash it on a machine. I wish my shirt was hanging in one those clotheslines.

  • The scene has color 🙂

    • Yes Mike, many of my photos have lots color. I would say that’s one of my signatures.