Archive for the ‘Houses’ Category

Villa Laura

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Villa Laura by José Moreno

Villa Laura or Distrito Jesus Castillo, one of the most famous places for photo shoots, textures, parks, fountain, color, wide, etc.

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Always look up for have another perspective

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Always look up for have another perspective by José Moreno

While you walk through streets of Xela, you need look up for have another view of the city, sometimes are like two different worlds.

Villa Alicia, the haunted house

Friday, March 4th, 2016

Villa Alicia by José Moreno

This house is named “Villa Alicia” and is located on 15 Av. “A”, zone 1, the original owner is Oscar de La Riva, wife and songs, this house was disassembled from England to Quetzaltenango.This house is aseismic and it is supported by wooden stilts, are many stories about this house, from ghosts, or is haunted.

What do you think?

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100 years old house

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

100 years old house by José Moreno

I think this house have 100 years old or what do you think?

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Orange Wall

Friday, February 26th, 2016

Orange Wall By José Moreno

A modern wall located in zone 1 of Xelajú.

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Colorful house

Saturday, February 6th, 2016

Colorful house by José Moreno

A beautiful colorful house located in center of the city.

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Keep walking

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Keep walking by José Moreno

I love this shoot, for this capture I waited five minutes for the old man walk in front the wall.

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What these old structures tell you

Friday, October 10th, 2014
what these old structures tell you! -Photo by Marieke Smulders-

what these old structures tell you! -Photo by Marieke Smulders-

Maybe it’s just me , but it seems to me as if this door has so many stories to be told. Its colors and texture somehow transmit the cold feeling of a sad goodbye. Take a minute of your day when your day when you’re in Xela and tell us what these old structures tell you!

Text: Nadia Peláez


Sunday, October 5th, 2014
Challenge -Photo by José Moreno-

Challenge -Photo by José Moreno-

Can you mention three places you can see in this photo and where it wast taken? Will you take up the challenge?

Text Translate: Nadia Peláez

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

Old House by José Moreno

One of my favorite neighborhoods, “San Bartolome” a neighborhood with a lot of history and one of the oldest, this house is over 100 years.

Uno de mis barrios favoritos, “San Bartolomé” un barrio con mucha historia y uno de los mas antiguos, esta casa tiene más de 100 años.

The other side

Monday, March 11th, 2013

The other side by José Moreno

This is the other side of xela, almost coming to Retalhuleu, that is the great view that you can see.

Este es el otro lado de xela, casi saliendo para Retalhuleu, esta es la gran vista que se puede ver.

Beautiful old places

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

Beautiful old places by José Moreno

There are many interesting places and attractions throughout xela, just give you time to explore and find places like this you know where it is?

Hay muchos lugares interesantes y atractivos en toda xela, solo tienes que darte el tiempo de explorar y encontraras lugares como este ¿Sabes en donde queda?


Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Knock-knock by José Moreno


In many doors it still exists quetzaltenango to knock on doors are some very beautiful, this seems normal, but when he does see others show you.

En muchas puertas de quetzaltenango aún existe esto para tocar las puertas, son algunos muy bonitos, este me parece normal, pero cuando logre ver otros se los mostraré.

Ideal to rest

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Ideal to rest by José Moreno


Famous, quiet and cheap to sleep … What do you prefer hotel or hostel?

Lugares famosos, tranquilos y baratos para dormir… ¿Que prefieres tú hotel o hostal?

Far from home

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Far from home by José Moreno


This place was known as “Aguas Amargas” something very similar to “Fuentes Georginas” but by the passing of one of many storms that pass through Guatemala, this place was not so lucky and was completely destroyed.

You met this beautiful place ever and what are the memories you keep this?

Este lugar era conocido como “Aguas Amargas” algo muy similar a “Las Fuentes Georginas” pero por el paso de una de muchas tormentas que pasan por Guatemala, este lugar no tuvo mucha suerte y quedó totalmente destruído.

¿Conociste alguna vez este hermoso lugar y cuales son los recuerdos que guardas al respecto?