Posts Tagged ‘atardecer’

Afternoon by the Lake

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Lake Amatitlan
Lake Amatitlán, Amatitlán, Guatemala.

Street Art: Graffiti

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

Street Art: Graffiti Bull
I had seen this Graffiti several times while riding the T -Transmetro- and I rode my bike this occasion and took my time to photograph it finally.

Lake Atitlán Sunset

Monday, June 4th, 2012
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This day I stayed watching this beautiful sunset until there was no drop of sun is wonderful to feel the wind, hear the birds and the silence that tells you many things in his ear.

Photo by José Moreno

Enjoying the Sunset at Sipacate beach

Saturday, May 5th, 2012
Sipacate
Sipacate by Karlbert.

Sometimes you don’t need any words. The picture speaks for itself.

A Typical Guatemalan Sunset

Friday, February 10th, 2012

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Guatemala have many beautiful views, but so far my favorite are the sunsets with his volcanos  and clean skies; these always look so peaceful in the middle of the concrete jungle. One would think that with so many buildings make these views hard to watch, but in really the geography of the capital city allow so many open spaces.

PD: Do you see the bright star? well it’s not a star, its the planet Venus.

by Javier Aroche

Pasarelas

Monday, May 30th, 2011

There’s some quiet in the pasarelas of the city that you can’t experience in other areas, at least in rush hour. Don’t know about you, but the sunset in zona 4 invites me to come back another day.

Hay cierta calma en las pasarelas de la ciudad que no puedes experimentar en otros lugares, por lo menos en la hora de tráfico. No sé ustedes, pero el atardecer en zona 4 me invita a regresar otro día.

Guatemala City’s Skyline at Night

Friday, May 6th, 2011

This is the welcoming vista you get when you arrive to Guatemala City, the largest and most modern city in Central America, coming from El Salvador. You have to stop at el mirador (viewpoint) on Carretera a El Salvador to enjoy the sunset and the volcano skyline, including the smoking Volcán de Fuego. Here’s a closer look at the volcanoes Agua (Water), Fuego (Fire) and Acatenango. From this perspective is easy to fall in love with the veiled beauty of Guatemala City.

photo by Oscar Velasquez