...o.k. maybe not every day...every other day, or so......
Okay, now you really made my heart leap up. I lived in Tucson many years, and San Javier Mission was one of my favorite places to visit. The big Cross on the hill, and the altar inside with its collection of candles and strange old dolls.
Hi Susanne,eine wunderschöne Kirche..tolle Bearbeitung...Hab einen schönen Tag!
Ich danke dir, liebe Yvi. Enjoy your Sunday too :)
I loved Tuscon too, Marty. We almost have considered to settle down in Tuscon, were looking for all those nice "Adobe houses". I really fell in love with that place ;))And the Mission is very impressive, yes! I mad a lot of photos, they are to find in my archives from last year, Mai/June 09.Arizona is beautiful and magic - for me.thanks for the comment,Marty!
I swore you were in Spain, it looks like a mission from the pilgrim trail. Nice shot.
It is a so called "Spanish Mission" in Tuscon, Arizona. It is one of the best kept and oldest Missions in the U.S. - worth's to visit!Thanks for commenting, Diane, very much appreciated.
Very cool shot..i can picture tumbleweed blowing by this chapel. ha
What a wonderful old building. Love how you've framed and captured it.
Yes, Joan...and some cowboys on horses riding by....right? Like out of a real old Western :)Thanks for commenting.
Glad you like it, Marice. Thanks for visiting :)
Susanne it felt like I entered your blog in 1800s, lol. Excellent effect. Anna :)
It looks like back in time, I know... I'm so glad you like it. Thanks Anna!
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