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PHOTO STOCK: Garden Grown Red Poinsettias from Guatemala

Poinsettias Flowers: A Gift from Guatemala to the World

Poinsettias are autochthonous to Guatemala and Mesoamerica so they can be grown in gardens either by design or as wild intruders as well as in the fields as wild plants. In Guatemala poinsettias are known as Flor de Pascua,  or simply as…

Antigua Guatemala's Bus Terminal Photo Walk

Antigua Guatemala’s Bus Terminal Photo Walk

Today I share with you a photo from Antigua Guatemala’s bus terminal. I made this image during the photo walk I lead on Thanksgiving while I was teaching how to properly use natural frames, an effective use of layers as well as perspective. ⁠Down below you can see the photo made by Sergey… TAP to see the full size photos.

Fun and Beautiful Portrait Shoots in Antigua Guatemala with photographer Rudy Giron

Fun and Beautiful Portrait Shoots in Antigua Guatemala

My Antigua Photo Sessions are a fun-tastic photo experience and a sure way to take home remarkable mementos of your trip to Guatemala. That’s what Gina and I did recently as we hit the best instagrammable spots in Antigua Guatemala… TAP to see the full size photos and post.

Antique Doors of Antigua Guatemala

Antique Doors of Antigua Guatemala

As I have said before, “every block of Antigua Guatemala provides opportunities to capture stylish doors. I was already hook on doorways …

PHOTO STOCK: Happy Bicentennial of Guatemala's Independence

Happy Bicentennial of Guatemala’s Independence

Today Guatemala and the other Central American countries commemorate the bicentennial of the independence. As part of the no-crowds celebrations, the Banco de Guatemala put in circulation a Commemorative Bicentennial Twenty Quetzals bill… TAP to see the full size photos of the new Q20 bill and to read the complete post.

PHOTO STOCK: Guatemalan Flags Ambulant Vendors

Guatemalan Flags Vendors

As I mentioned yesterday, on September 15th, Guatemala and the other Central American countrieswill be celebrating the 200th anniversary of Independence. Sadly, because of the pandemic, most massive events will not be allowed. So, Guatemalans are mostly observing the Bicentennial with flags, firecracker bombs and on the streets photo exhibitions… TAP to see the full size photo and post.

Macondo is in Antigua Guatemala

Macondo is in Antigua Guatemala

If you don’t know what Macondo is, follow the white rabbit into the rabbit hole of magic realism… TAP to see the full size photo and post.

Swimming Pools in Antigua Guatemala

Swimming Pools in Antigua Guatemala

Here’s your illustrated Guatemalan Spanish word of the day: Piscina for swimming pool. Swimming pools are perfect for this heatwave we had …