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Autumn Antigua Afternoons






After having spent a couple of weeks in New York, I really appreciate the “cold” weather of Antigua Guatemala. I mean, on …




Lenticular Clouds Over Volcán de Agua






Lenticular clouds, Altocumulus lenticularis, are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, normally aligned perpendicular to the wind direction. Lenticular clouds …




Volcán de Agua Wallpaper by Rudy Giron

Agua Volcano Wallpaper






Let me share with you this image of Volcán de Agua taken from the village of San Gaspar Vivar at the mid-point …




Going to Tend the Milpa






This photos was taken on the outskirts of Volcán de Agua where many people have milpas and orchards. Besides the obvious corn …




Watching the Colossal Hunahpú






The colossal volcano that stands to the south of Antigua Guatemala is known at present as Volcán de Agua, but before it …




Life Is Good!






Split a life in two; then in decades; the decades in years; the years in days and so on. Life is just …




Above and Beyond the Clouds






Can you have too many shots of La Antigua Guatemala’s volcanoes? I think not. This one was taken from the rooftop view …




Volcan de Agua with a White Cap






Without the least intention of bragging (sure, Rudy, whatever you say), I would like to share with you our window view from …




A Room with a View






The view above of Volcán de Agua is from our studio’s window and balcony. I said before, in many listings for rent …




Arch-framed Volcán de Agua






Yesterday’s shot of the Arch of Santa Catalina was taken from the South looking towards the North, with the main dome of …