Using a Rented Nikon Lens in Guatemala

We’re back from Guatemala! It was a wonderful trip. Before we left, I wrote about an $1,800 Nikon lens that I rented for the trip for $210. It turns out the lens (70-200 F2.8) is spectacular. Here is the lens, and as promised, here are some of the pictures I took using the lens. Let me know what you think.

This is a picture of Lake Atitlan, which is surrounded by three volcanoes (clicking on the photo takes you to my Flickr account):

Lake Atitlan

A toucan in the national park in Tikal:

Tucan in Tikal

A view atop Tikal’s tallest Mayan ruin:

Mayan Ruins of Tikal

A boat and building on Lake Atitlan:

Boat on Lake Atitlan

A father and daughter:

Father and daughter

A beautiful flower:

Flower in Antigua

And finally, a spider monkey:

Spider Monkey in Tikal

Published or Updated: March 22, 2012
About Rob Berger

Rob founded the Dough Roller in 2007. A litigation attorney in the securities industry, he lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, their two teenagers, and the family mascot, a shih tzu named Sophie.


  1. Lake Atitlan says:

    You took some wonderful shots of Lake Atitlan. It certainly is beautiful!

  2. TF Miser says:

    Hope you had a great time in Guatemala. I love it there and would like to go back. I’ve been there 3 times and spent 3 months there in 1997. It is a great place.

  3. DR says:

    TF Miser, Guatemala was spectacular. The country is beautiful and the people were friendly. I’m sure we’ll go back in the next few years.

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