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Arches at Tanque de la Unión

These arches along with the public washbasins and water tank are one of the most often photographed landmarks in Antigua Guatemala. I …

Guatemalan Baroque Entrance by Rudy Giron - www.rudygiron.com

Guatemalan Baroque Entrance

Now, be honest, don’t you wish this was the entrance to your home? I know I do. I normally like very minimalist …

Gated Community Entrances by Rudy Giron

Gated Community Entrances

It seems that all the real estate developing around Antigua Guatemala are just gated communities; these are like mushrooms, the spring up …

Corre Carlos Corre

Here’s a follow up to Run Lolo Run published over five years ago. Once again, there’s kid running with both feet on …

Arches-R-Us

Now this is what the dry season looks like in Antigua Guatemala; sunshine, deep blue skies, beautiful light, cold winds and almost …

Yellow Arch Corner

If I had a penny for each yellow arch in La Antigua Guatemala! Well, if Arturo can experiment with contrasts in black …

Tanque de La Unión Revisited

While Arturo was playing with his camera mounted on a tripod to take his signature sunsets, I decided to look in the …

Antigua Abstracta

Early on I had been bewitched by the abstract possibilities found in every nook and cranny of this enchanting and vibrant sleepy …

Post Card From The Past

A creative framing on a quiet afternoon with just the right amount and kind of people and we get a post card …

Arches Are Us

El Palacio de los Capitanes building has to be one of my favorites edifices with lots of arches; and you know I …

Theme Day: Passageway

What’s inside this passageway? The largest fountain in Central America Ruins of a monastery Mayan arches used in colonial architecture Access to …