When you think of Paraguay what images pop into your head? For some it may be a landscape of flowering lapacho trees, a campesino riding an ox-drawn cart, or maybe something less idyllic, like a mural of Homer Simpson at a cyber café or somebody accidentally tumbling out of a hammock. Personally I always think of red dirt roads such as the one pictured on this website (but I confess I also do have a photo of myself falling out of a hammock). While doing research for my upcoming guidebook I came across several excellent website featuring photos of life in Paraguay. Whether you’re taking a trip down memory lane or just curious to see what Paraguay looks like, these are worth checking out!

Hunter of Instants

This photoblog’s name means “capturer of instants” which sounds strange in English but is actually a very accurate description of the photography featured. You really feel like you are right there, accompanying the photographer as he participates in events throughout Paraguay, from religious festivals to crafts fairs to sporting events. Whether they are of fancy affairs or normal everyday events, the photographs are always engaging.

Emily Horton Photography

An ex-Peace Corps Volunteer, Emily has returned to Paraguay several times to photograph the country´s wildlife. She has worked with conservation NGOs World Land Trust and Guyra Paraguay to create books about the Paraguayan Pantanal and the San Rafael National Park. A number of her photos are featured on her website.
emilyyhortonphotography.zenfolio.com

Nature of Paraguay

This nature photography blog looks at Paraguay´s great outdoors though a richly colored, almost dreamy lens. This site will inspire you with the beauty of Paraguay´s flora, fauna, and landscapes.
www.familiadiarte.com

Paraguay in Photographs

This site´s ever expanding set of photo albums contain something for everyone – some feature traditional landscapes while others show Paraguayans posing with their pets. It is a mish-mosh, or as they say in Guaraní, a sarambí. ” The Paraguay in Pictures Facebook page is a great way to get a daily dose of photos of Paraguay.
www.paraguayenfotografias.com, www.facebook.com/ParaguayenFotografias

What image comes to mind when you think in Paraguay? A landscape of the flowered lapachos, a peasant in a cart, or perhaps something more idyllic like a wall of Homer Simpson in a cyber or someone accidentally falling off a hammock. Personally, I always think of dirt roads, like the one I use in the background on this website (but I also confess to having a photo of myself falling out of the hammock). While collecting data for my tourist guide I came across several websites featuring photos of life in Paraguay. Whether you want to walk in the trunk of memories or are simply interested in seeing photos of Paraguay, these sites are worth visiting!

Instant Hunter

The name of the photoblog perfectly describes the style of your photos. You feel that you are right there accompanying the photographer as he participates in events around the country, from religious festivals to handicraft exhibitions and sporting events. Whether they are photos of special events or the ordinary everyday, they always manage to attract attention.
www.cazadordeinstantes.com

Emily Horton Photography

A former Volunteer with the Corps of Pas, Emily has returned to Paraguay several times to photograph the flora and fauna. He has worked with the environmental conservation NGOs World Land Trust and Guyra Paraguay to create books on the Paraguayan Pantanal and San Rafael National Park. Several of his photographs are available on his website. emilyyhortonphotography.zenfolio.com

Nature of Paraguay

This nature photoblog shows us Paraguayan nature with an artistic and colorful look. In this site you will be inspired by the beauty of the flora, fauna and landscapes of Paraguay.
www.familiadiarte.com

Paraguay in Photographs

The albums on this site are growing every day and there is something for all tastes – some have traditional landscapes and others contain photos of Paraguayans posing with their pets. He is a chamburreado, or as they say in Guaraní, a “sarambí.” The Paraguay Photos Facebook page is a great way to get a daily dose of photos of Paraguay.
www.paraguayenfotografias.com, www.facebook.com/ParaguayenFotografias