Volcán Toliman and San Pedro viewed across Lago Atitlán.
Volcán Fuego belches fire into the sky against a backdrop of a setting sun and star trails. The view doesn't get much more spectacular than this.
The one clear day that the clouds cleared and we could see Volcán de Agua from Cerro de la Cruz across the town of Antigua.
Quetzal hunting in the morning mist. Don't bother searching, there are no quetzals in this photo, but the mist is pretty.
Beneath the surface of Semuc Champey.
Volcán Fuego putting on a spectacular display.
The clear blue pools of Semuc Champey sparkle in the valley below us.
Stalls piled high with local weaving and art.
The calm surface of the mysterious crater lake of Volcán de Chicabal.
Surrounded by Mayan altars this mysterious lake serves as a religious centre for local traditions.
Don't worry about these worry dolls.
The sunset scores a beach-side soccer goal.
Try harder Fuego.
The volcanos surrounding the shores of Lake Atitlán appear as islands in an ocean of cloud.
A strangler fig silently stalks it's prey in the jungle of Guatemala.
The crumbling ruins of churches are dotted throughout the town of Antigua.
After it collapsed in one of the many earthquakes the main cathedral in Antigua was preserved in its crumbling state, creating a magical garden lined with arches and crumbling columns.
Spot the dog