Framed Volcanoes: Fuego and Acatenango

Rudy Giron: Antigua Guatemala &emdash; Framed Fuego and Acatenango Volcanoes

The cold winds blowing all the way from the true north, otherwise known as Canada, give us the best days of the year. Clear blue skies, chilly mornings and afternoons, and very comfortable 72F days plus the enchanting light of the golden hours. Furthermore, we also have some of the interesting captivating festivities from Day of the Dead to the Semana Santa or Holy Week [Easter].

In this picture I framed the volcanoes Acatenango and Fuego, within one of the arches or the Palacio del Ayuntamiento, or City Hall palace. By the way, when the Spaniards arrived to the American continent, actives volcanoes always had the word fuego, fire, attached as part of the name.

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