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PHOTO STOCK: Panoramic Vista of Volcán de Agua with Lenticular Clouds

Welcoming to Cold and Windy Days of the Dry Season

Finally the cold and windy days of the dry season have arrived. Now we can see more clearly the constant eruptions of Volcán de Fuego and the skyline with the volcanoes towering over the towns of Antigua Guatemala and Ciudad Vieja is more… TAP to see the full size photo.

Volcán de Agua against blue sky BY RUDY GIRON

Things Will Get Better

Things will get better, stay safe, stay strong, stay tele-connected with loved ones and stay actively creative. Take advantage of all the …

Warm Sunsets in Antigua Guatemala

The best sunsets can be experienced in Antigua Guatemala during the dry season, which engulfs the entire Winter season… hint, hint, hint for those already suffering the harsh cold weather… tap for full image!

Autumn Antigua Afternoons

After having spent a couple of weeks in New York, I really appreciate the “cold” weather of Antigua Guatemala. I mean, on …

Lenticular Clouds Over Volcán de Agua

Lenticular clouds, Altocumulus lenticularis, are stationary lens-shaped clouds that form at high altitudes, normally aligned perpendicular to the wind direction. Lenticular clouds …

Volcán de Agua Wallpaper by Rudy Giron

Agua Volcano Wallpaper

Let me share with you this image of Volcán de Agua taken from the village of San Gaspar Vivar at the mid-point …

Going to Tend the Milpa

This photos was taken on the outskirts of Volcán de Agua where many people have milpas and orchards. Besides the obvious corn …