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  • CARMENEvery end of the year Christmas means family time Pictures session is fun time for UsIN GUATEMALA DECEMBER IS THE BEST MONTH

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    Flor de Loto

    Nunca fue tan breveuna despedida,nunca me creque fuera definitiva,nunca quise tanto a nadieen mi vida,nunca a un ser extraole llam mi familia,nunca tuve feen mi filosofa,nunca tuve yoni gur ni gua,nunca despreci una causa perdida,nunca negar que son mis favoritas,sta es mi flor de lotoy yo era su sombra,sta es mi flor de loto.mi mundo no se acabar,tanto vagar para no conservarnunca nada.nunca una llamapermanece encendida,nunca aguant su calor,nunca ms, nunca ms de un da,nunca soport ser un alma invadidahasta que vi frente a mpor quien yo morira,sta es mi flor de lotoy yo era su sombra,sta es mi flor de loto.mi mundo no se aclarar, ]tanto vagar para no conservarnunca nada...

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    CAPTURAR LO MEJORYa que te has tomado el tiempo necesario para preparar el material, buscar el sitio para hacer las fotos y estar a la hora exacta, no repares en hacer las pruebas que necesites con

    los parmetros de la cmara.

    NATURALPrueba a disparar con algn modo que te permita ajustar la velocidad de obturacin o la apertura del diafragma en lugar de usar el modo automtico.

    NEUTROTambin es bueno que ajustes la compensacin de la exposicin, ya que habr un contraste muy fuerte de luces y sombras si el sol sale directamente en la foto.

    PHOTOSSTELLA MARISImpresiones de luz,que evocan emociones.Destellos de colorescon la capacidadde sacudir nuestro espritu.El arte de capturarconspiraciones de luces,momentos fugacespara un lapso de tiempo atrapar.Contrario a las lucirnagasrecluidas en frascos,la luz que capturamosno se puede apagar.Cautivar la ventana del almaestilando combinaciones,perspectivas, sombras y profundidades.Que en momentos de obscuridad,

    el obturador abriga mi luz

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    NAVIDAD

    Evergreen boughs that fill our homesWith fragrant Christmas scents,Hearts filled with the loving glowThat Christmas represents;

    Christmas cookies, turkeys stuffed,Festive holly berry,Little faces bright with joy,Loved ones being merry;

    Parties, songs, beribboned gifts,Silver bells that tinkle,Christmas trees and ornaments,Colorful lights that twinkle;

    Relatives waiting with open armsTo smile and hug and kiss us;These are some of the special joysThat come along with Christmas.

    This Christmas,may you have the fulfillmentof seeing around youthe people you love the most.May you have the satisfactionof giving the best gift,special memories that will

    last forever.This Christmas,

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    The most commanding, to the south of the city, is the Volcn de Agua or "Volcano of Water", some 3766 meters (12,356ft) high. When the Spanish arrived, the inhabitants of the zone, Kakchikel Mayas, called it Hunap (and they still do).

    Antigua is known as a destination for people who want to learn Spanish through immersion. There are many Spanish language schools in Antigua and it is one of the most popular and best recognized centers for Spanish language study by students from Europe, Asia and North America. Language institutes are one of the primary industries of Antigua, along with tourism.

    Antigua also holds a sizeable retirement community from the US as well as Europe as its colonial charm and mild climate has appealed to many who have crossed paths with this enchanting and romantic town.

    ANTIGUAGUATEMALAAfter several Cakchiquel uprisings, the capital was moved to a more suitable site in the Valley of Alotenango (Rio Guacalate) on November 22, 1527, and kept its original name. This new city was located on the site of present-day San Miguel Escobar,[1] which is a neighborhood in the municipality of Ciudad Vieja.[2] This city was destroyed on September 11, 1541 by a devastating lahar from the Volcn de Agua.[3] As a result, the colonial authorities decided to move the capital once more, this time five miles away to the Panchoy Valley. So, on March 10, 1543 the Spanish conquistadors founded present-day Antigua, and again, it was named

    Santiago de los Caballeros. For more than 200 years it served as the seat of the military governor of the Spanish

    colony of Guatemala, a large region that included almost all of present-day

    Central America

  • MARIMBA

    LUNA DE XELAJU

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    Yabastadeteora,Hemoshabladosuficientehoy,Despusdelateoravienelomsimportante:Laprctica.Libertaddeexpresinnoeshablar,Libertaddeexpresineshacer,Hacerlascosas,perderelmiedo,