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Lago de Atitlán

Lago de Atitlán is a large, beautiful, volcanic lake located in the highlands of Guatemala.  The lake sits at the base of three volcanos: Atitlán, San Pedro, and Tolimán.   554 more words


Day 5 Solola and Panajachel

We left Antigua today for Lake Atitlan, stopping on the way in the old Antigua, the original capital of Guatemala established by the conquistdore family Alvarez.

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Day 7 Chichicastenango

On the way to Chichicastenango, we stopped at a vista point looking out on Lake Atitlan.

The requisite pose in front of the iconic tourist site.

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Central America

Q: The imagery used throughout your work evoked glimmers of childhood memories, specifically "Punch and Judy" puppet shows. Would you talk about your use of this kind of slightly sinister iconography?

A:  I don’t really see my iconography as sinister, although I know some people do.

I search the markets and bazaars of Mexico, Guatemala, and elsewhere for folk art objects – masks, carved wooden animals, papier mache figures, children’s toys – to bring back to New York to photograph and paint. 591 more words

An Artist's Life

Lake Atitlan: Day 1


I used Magic Travels on my last trip from San Cristobal de las Casas to Huehuetenango, and thought it was perfect, easy, and fairly inexpensive. 594 more words


Atitlan Lake

Atitlan Lake, Toliman Volcano, Cerro de Oro, San Pedro Volcano, Panajachel, Guatemala (2013)


Lake Atitlan - Today, Tomorrow and Forever

One of my favorite trips I ever took was to Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. If you say sunshine and warm water I’ll come running. So whenever it is up to me, my ideal vacation is somewhere sunny with a beach or preferably a fresh water lake nearby. 485 more words