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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 …




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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 …




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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 …




Fuego's Pyromaniac Show by Rudy Girón

Fuego’s Pyromaniac Show






Almost a week later Fuego volcano decided to perform for us another pyromaniac show. This time I was near Tanque de La …




Fuego was on Fire by Rudy Girón

Fuego was on Fire Last Night






Last night I received a text message with the following orders: Get the camera and take photos of Volcán de Fuego; lots …




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Fuego Volcano Erupting






It doesn’t matter how many times you have seen Volcán de Fuego erupting, each time is unique and special. Here’s my good …




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Fuego showing off…






While some people prefer to make an extra buck, or a lot more extra bucks, here in La Antigua Guatemala some of …




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Framed Fuego






Now, this is how I like my weather conditions. Talking about the weather, Guatemala’s Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrología, …




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Fuego Volcano Erupting






Some people have to wait until special occasions like Independence Day to see a fireworks show. Here in La Antigua Guatemala, thanks …