MJ and I have looked
at this church a number of times in the past. We finally took a few minutes to go inside and it was
amazing. This is a Roman Catholic
cathedral in Old San Juan Puerto Rico.
It is the 2nd oldest cathedral in the Americas. It was built in 1521 and then destroyed
by a hurricane. It was rebuilt in
1540 with renovations taking place over the years. Interesting fact:
the cathedral contains a tomb of the Spanish explorer and settlement
founder Juan Ponce de Leon.
I took this with my Nikon D800 and my 14-24mm 2.8f lens. I used my tripod and thankfully no one ran me out. I captured this with a 5 exposure auto-bracket set and merged them together with Photomatix Pro. I edited the image in Photoshop CS6.