Photo of the day. This might be the scene today if you go to Xunantunich due to the tropical depression in the area, which caused the closing of ATM. Demian Solano captured a magnificent shot, in black and white, of the cloud cover from the top of El Castillo. He says it's one of his favorite pictures. Agreed. Keep on getting those awesome shots, Demian!
"Only when I got to the top did I realize how close the storm really was.. and the vantage point was so magnificent that it gave this photographer the gift of a 'once in a lifetime' moment. This I will never be able to replicate again, not even if I tried… Not that I want to… that was that, and I captured it. After a couple of shots and realising that I was probably holding the highest metal object, I diligently made my way down. This is the image that reminds me of that stormy evening at Xunantunich"
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