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I captured this night vista of Parque Central and the Former Saint James Cathedral of Antigua Guatemala at the end of afternoon …
Today’s photo is a sight of a traditional ice cream cart vendor roaming the streets of Antigua Guatemala looking por potential clients. Enjoy!
The always erupting Fuego volcano can be found in the southwest of the skyline of Antigua Guatemala. Next to Fuego is the two craters of Acatenango volcano. As I said yesterday, one never gets tired fo these skyline vistas. Enjoy!
The skyline view to the south of Antigua Guatemala shows us the colossal Agua volcano; literally towering above the city. One never gets tired of the volcano vistas. Enjoy!
Here’s a sneak preview of a wedding anniversary photo session that I shot this week in Antigua Guatemala with a couple visiting from California. …
If there’s something I have learned from my Antigua Photo Shoots is that if you want to find the emblematic arch and …
It’s official, I have become the official photographer for senior pictures for those looking to take home amazing destination pictures for the …
Walking is still the best way to get around Antigua Guatemala.
Altamira has become one of my favorite locations to shoot dramatic lifestyle portraits with nature and the colossal volcanoes as backdrops. Explore …
In less than a year all the traditional ice carts found in Antigua Guatemala have transformed into colorful buses and trucks. Take a photographic tour through the many ice cream carts found in the posts I have shared with you thus far. Have fun!
Of course, wall textures are another common quotidian life vista from Antigua Guatemala. Take photographic tour through the many textures and wall …
Another common daily life vista from Antigua Guatemala is Volcán de Fuego eruptions as seen above the rooftops. Enjoy!
The moment I saw the red Ferrari slowly moving along the deep red walls of the former convent of the Jesuit Society …
Did you know that Guatemala is the Origin for the Avocado Toast? If you didn’t, follow the white rabbit for an interesting read. Enjoy!
Fairy floss or cotton candy ambulant vendors are quite common all over Antigua Guatemala. Here I captured the vendor taking a break while waiting for potential sales at Parque Central. Enjoy!
These ambulant coffee vendors will bring a delicious cup of cappuccino, mocaccino or black coffee to your favorite bench at Parque de La Union, La Merced or Parque Central. Three choices with or without sugar; that is it. Make sure to patronize these ingenious ambulant vendors on your next visit to Antigua Guatemala… TAP to see the full size photo and post.
Life begins after coffee and these three fellows know it; that’s way they have this thriving business of ambulant coffee vendors. A cup of black coffee will set you back Q5 or about US$0.65 and a cup of cappuccino or mocaccino sells for Q10. Come back tomorrow if you want to see the faces of these ingenious ambulant coffee vendors.
I decided to place the vibrant hibiscus flowers [rosa de jamaica] in the foreground and and dramaticly-lit ruins as backdrop. I made several shots switching for the focal point from the flowers to the ruins as well making horizontal and vertical orientation version… TAP to see the full size photos and post.
The canicula [the heat wave] is over and the rains are back. Today I share a vista of the Parrish of San Pedro Las Huertas as seen through the rain drops on a windshield. Enjoy!
As I have mentioned before, there are so many ways to frame the eruptions of Volcán de Fuego towering over Antigua Guatemala. Today’s is just one more take on the framing theme for Fuego eruptions. Enjoy!
Altamira has become one my favorite locations to shoot dramatic lifestyle portraits with nature and the colossal volcanoes as backdrops… TAP to see the full size photos and post.
We finish this week’s mini series on handmade signs of Antigua Guatemala with a wider perspective that includes the sign of Café La Parada and a coffee lover enjoying one of the espressos one can have in our charming town.
We continue our mini series of of handmade signs of Antigua Guatemala with this wooden and metal sign for Helados Cool. How much creativity one can find in the handmade signs of this enchanting town, don’t you agree?
There’s so much diversity in the signs found in Antigua Guatemala. Take a photographic tour through the more than 212 signs I have shared with you thus far. Have fun and let me know which one is your favorite sign.
The handmade wooden sign for Mexico Lindo is simple yet effective with simple hand-writing letters and a Catarina skull with lots of negative space. ¡Qué rico!
We started this week’s mini series with wooden sign, then we continued with metallic and wood sign. Today’s I share with you the handmade ceramic sign of Posada El Antaño; which is one of my favorites signs on 6a avenida. Enjoy!
Today I share with you the handmade sign with wood and metal parts for Donde el Gringo; you can find it right …
I believe this is the wooden sign for a Guatemalan Caribbean-Garífuna restaurant located on 6a avenida norte. I still haven’t try their food, but it is on my list for the Friday’s Foodie Spots. Stay tuned!
We finished the mini series a photograph of liminal or transitional space, one of the corridors found at the former convent of Las Capuchinas… TAP to see the full size image and other posts in the series.