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Winter is here!

Rather the dry season arrived over the weekend. The light quality changed, the dry and chilly winds from up north have reached …

Winter is coming!

This is what the Winter season looks like in Antigua Guatemala. Temperate weather, somewhere between 60ºF and 75ºF, clear blue skies, lots …

Majestic Fuego Volcano Eruptions

The majestic eruptions of Fuego volcano sometimes meet with the right combination of cloud formation and blue hour or golden hour as …

Rainy season, huh?

Once again it seems like it’s going to be a very dry year in Antigua Guatemala. We still have September, hurricane season …

Volcano Fuego eruption as seen from Antigua Guatemala by Rudy Giron

Volcán Fuego is such a show off

Here’s a photograph of Volcán Fuego latest large eruptions on Friday and Saturday. As many of you know, volcano Fuego, the active …

Framing Fuego’s Eruptions

Volcán Fuego has been unbelievably active in recent months. Last energetic eruption period was on Ash Wednesday with almost 24 hours of …

The Pointy Crater of Fuego Volcano

If I may say so myself, what a magnifican photographic tour of the volcanoes Agua, Fuego and Acatenango you can find in the nearly ten years of archived posts of AntiguaDailyPhoto; check it for yourself and let me know your thoughts.

The Exhibitionist Fuego

The last few months, starting with the dry season, have been months of high volcanic activity for Fuego volcano, the most exhibitionist …

Fire in the Sky at Sunrise

As I have said many times before, the best time of the year to visit La Antigua Guatemala, or Central America for …