Architecture

  All images © Leon Aguilera Radford 2006

Antenna, 2004

Kodak HIE, as ISO 10, available light.

I have no major comments on this shot, the very first IR one I made using a Nikon F and a 1000mm, f/8, cat lens.


Urban Environment, 2004

Kodak HIE, as ISO 10, available light.

When we moved to a flat in downtown Guatemala one of the first things that delighted me was this view from a window. The first shot I did with my "new" Nikon 16mm, f/2.8, lens was this one.

Industrial, 2003

Some large tools are well suited for abstract images, as this shot, taken when visitng the Volvo facilities in Gotheborg, clearly shows.

Kodak HIE, as ISO 10, available light.


Ruins at Saqik'ajol Nimakaqapek, Guatemala, 2003

Kodak HIE as ISO 10, available light.

Looking like alien gates from another world this ancient monument, one of the 120 known in the Mixco Viejo archaeological site, stands as witness of the achivements of the Poqomam people. The site was built around the 12th. Century AD and was destroyed by the ruthless Spanish conqueror Pedro de Alvarado, after a three months siege that, legend says, was succesful thanks to a betrayal.


Ruins at Saqik'ajol Nimakaqapek, Guatemala, 2003

Kodak HIE as ISO 10, available light.

Another view of the same place described above.

Push-Pull Array, Ciudad Tecún Umán, Guatemala, 2006

Rollei IR400, ISO 8, available light.

Located near the border between Guatemala and Mexico, this communications subsystem testifies that Cellular Technology is pervasive even in the countryside of a Third World nation.

Self Portrait, 2002

Teatro Nacional, San José, Casta Rica.

Kodak HIE as ISO 10, flash and available light.