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Flowers in fountains by Rudy Giron - www.rudygiron.com

Flowers in fountains

I don’t know how many times I have shown flowers inside a fountain in AntiguaDailyPhoto, but certainly it’s more than five. I …

Colorful Rainy Season Vista by Rudy Girón

Colorful Rainy Season Vista

Whoever claims that you can not find rich saturated colors during the rainy season in Antigua Guatemala is lying to you. Don’t …

Eternal Spring

The country of the eternal Spring is Guatemala’s slogan or selling hook, except Guatemala does not have Spring seasons, nor Winters; the …

For The Innocent

Today’s photo is dedicated to the innocent victims of the killings in Petén. The massacre in Guatemala that left 27 people dead …

Mermaids Fountain with Flowers

Cool and peaceful are the afternoons in Central Park nowadays, except for the murmurs of the mermaids and the people enjoying the …

Flowers for the dead

You’re not dead until you’re forgotten I read somewhere or maybe I heard it. If it is a quote, can you tell …

Flowers and Fountains

Incredible the things that can be made with simple things like huge large pot and several dozen fountain spouts. I can’t say …

Exotic Flower Arrangements

This was the second time I was alerted about the exotic flower arrangements placed on the fountains prior to a procession or …

Flowers-R-Us

Guatemala does not have a Spring season, nor Summer, Autumn, nor Winter, yet it is known as the Land of the Eternal …

Preparing the Flowers for the Dead

By moving from one section of the mercado to another, we find that las floristerí­as (flower shops) are preparing the flower arrangements …

Guateflora: Close-up View of Gerberas

Gerberas (gerbera jamesonii) are a very popular flowers in the gardens of La Antigua Guatemala. Gerberas are found in yellow, white, red (like the picture above), orange, purple and pink. Gerberas grow in temperate-cold climate and give their beautiful flowers throughout the year. This particular shot was taken at Vivero La Escalonia in the south part of La Antigua. (source for technical information: Guate Flora)