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I saw some good light on people enjoying street food after today’s procession, and took a quick shot. Later, I saw the shirt.

A Roman Soldier

A Roman soldier… in a baseball cap? With a shiner? You never know what you will see during Semana Santa in La Antigua, Guatemala!


Mother and Child

There seemed to be more tired and sleepy kids at today’s procession. I’m more drawn to photographing the people around the procession itself. That’s a people watcher-street photographer for you.

Night Time in Antigua

This caught my eye tonight on the way back to my apartment after shooting a Semana Santa (Holy Week) procession.


I just love shooting street photography in Antigua, Guatemala. Hint: I love shooting street wherever there are people. And things. And color. And light. Lots of light, or barely enough light.

I find it interesting that the slender security guard has a fat shadow. Kind of like me and reflections. Hmmm..


MM all over the place!

Leaving the Cathedral

LEAVING THE CATHEDRAL / Parroquia de San José Catedral / La Antigua, Sacatapequez, Guatemala / iPhone 6s Plus / ProCamera / Snapseed

On the Sixth Friday of Lent, the Friday of Sorrows, the Venerated Image of Jesus the Nazarene of the Abandonment is seen leaving the Parish of San José Cathedral, born on the shoulders of Cucuruchos Infantiles at the beginning of a five hour procession through the streets of Antigua.

Children’s Procession

Procesión Infantil (Children’s Procession)

Viernes de Dolores Venerado Imagen de Jesús Nazareno del Desamparo, San José Catedral, Antigua, Guatemala.


Here is a version of yesterday’s Instagram image. This tall vertical version would not fit well with IG’s square format, so I decided to share it here.


I don’t know. It looks like maybe Spidey here didn’t scream quite loud enough and got short scooped a little.