Posts Tagged ‘street’

Street photography: old fashion window

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Street photography: Window by José Moreno

Windows that in 10 years will not be more.

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Street food

Monday, November 24th, 2014
Street food by José Moreno

Street food by José Moreno

María say: In Xela you can eat wherever you want, whenever and whatever you want. Simple.

Blue sky

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014
Blue sky by José Moreno

Blue sky by José Moreno

Wonderful sky in middle of the day. The street “Calle Rodolfo Robles” is located in front of “Hospital Privado”. Please, leave us your comment.

Slow street construction

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
Slow street construction by José Moreno

Slow street construction by José Moreno

In front of the Fire Department, the street construction has prompted many transit accidents and blockades. This is a problem in several places arround.

Br. José Castillo Barrios Street

Sunday, March 24th, 2013

Br. José Castillo Barrios Street by José Moreno

This street is very central, does anyone know where is it located?

Esta calle es muy céntrica, ¿alguien sabe en donde esta ubicada?

Break Dancers Crew xela

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

Break Dancers Crew xela by José Moreno

I realize that young people are doing a lot of this type of dance through the streets of Xela, it seems very good idea that you are focusing on things how are you, and here some pictures of these “kids” who let me take these beautiful shots.

Me doy cuenta que los jóvenes estan realizando mucho este tipo de baile por las calles de xela, me parece muy buena idea que se esten enfocando en cosas como estas, y aqui unas fotos de estos “chavos” que me dejaron tomarle estas hermosas tomas.

 

Classic Moto

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Classic Moto by José Moreno

Morazan Street

Friday, March 8th, 2013

Morazan Street by José Moreno

Do you know where that street and because it has that name?

¿Sabes en donde se encuentra esa calle y porque tiene ese nombre?

The other reality

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

The other reality by José Moreno

They are children who live on the streets of our city, which can give us feedback about it?

Ellos son los niños que viven en la calle de nuestra ciudad, que comentarios puedes darnos al respecto?

Chucherías

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Chucherias by José Moreno

 

I get hungry?

Les da hambre?

Keep Exercising

Monday, February 4th, 2013

Keep Exercising by José Moreno

 

This street is located in the street “La Joyita” is the slope that will give the District Jesús Castillo, and I think we can have a 45 ° tilt, so if you want to train running here recommend it.

Esta calle esta ubicada por la calle “La Joyita” es la bajada que va a dar el Distrito Jesus Castillo, y pienso que puede tener unos 45º de inclinación, asi que si quieres entrenar corriendo aquí te la recomiendo.

Under the “Chocoyos” bridge

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Under the "Chocoyos" Bridge by José Moreno

Waking up early, shot great pictures! 6:45 am and watch the sunrise, along with these beautiful mirrored water filled streets, taking kids to school and breathe the air so pure and cold, I’ll wake up early. Ditto

Despertarse temprano, capturar buenas fotos! 6:45 a.m. y ver el amanecer junto con estas bellas calles llenas de agua reflejada, llevar a los niños a la escuela y respirar ese aire tan puro y frio, me despertaré mas temprano.

A view to the streets

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

The streets of Xela mostly those located by the zone 1 always have this look, colors, stones on the floor and very quiet, and you see the sunsets in Xela. This street was very popular about 10 years ago, they know why or how is called street?

Las calles de xela mayormente las ubicadas por las zona 1 siempre tienen este aspecto, colores, piedras en el suelo y mucha tranquilidad, así se ve el atardecer en Xela. Esta calle era muy famosa hace unos 10 años, ¿saben porque o como se llama la calle?

Do you know where this is in Xela?

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Do you know where this is in Xela? by José Moreno

This is one of the most famous streets of Quetzaltenango (very nice as well). Do you know where is this street located?

Una de las calles mas famosas de Quetzaltenango (muy bonita tambien) ¿adivinen queda esta calle?

Trecherous Roads

Friday, September 7th, 2012

Trecherous Roads by Jose Moreno

The roads in Xela, especially in the core are known for being beautiful and hilly and cobblestone and….dangerous. It just gives me even more appreciation for the lovely women here who wear heels all day long!

Photo by guest contributor Jose Moreno.