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Posted By: Bob Harris, 04-25-2011, 04:39 PM

A couple of photos taken inside of Mission San Xavier of different ceiling sections. The mission was built in 1797 and the artisan work is quite amazing to view.

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04-25-2011, 04:57 PM   #2
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Nicely abstract.
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Interesting shots Bob.I wonder how it would look with one of the filter modes on the camera?--charliezap
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Interesting shots Bob.I wonder how it would look with one of the filter modes on the camera?--charliezap
I always forget about that until I see one of your threads, I better write myself a note. thanks Charlie for looking and reminding me. Bob

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Nicely abstract.
thanks for taking a look Kyle, always appreciated. Bob
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Interesting! I'm happy with the 3rd one, now I know what I'm looking at .... (more or less)
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Creative, Bob - I really like the first one, but can't say why. You've certainly been posting some cool stuff, lately.

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Interesting! I'm happy with the 3rd one, now I know what I'm looking at .... (more or less)
Rense, that is why I put the 3rd on in, to give some perspective of the other 2 photos. The ceilings are hard to photograph from a direct below position. thanks Bob

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Creative, Bob - I really like the first one, but can't say why. You've certainly been posting some cool stuff, lately.

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thanks Jer, the ceilings are one of those things a person has to see in person to appreciate them. Bob
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Interesting, thanks. I'm moving back to Tucson from overseas next month after 3 years away and will go visit the mission again. Never did much photography inside.
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Great shots....
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Interesting, thanks. I'm moving back to Tucson from overseas next month after 3 years away and will go visit the mission again. Never did much photography inside.
traveling as we do in our motorhome, we enjoy Arizona during the winter and spring. Here is a link to some interior shots if you would like to take a look. We enjoyed the dinner buffets at both casinos and they were reasonably priced there in Tucson. thanks for viewing. Bob

https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/post-your-photos/140609-architecture-inte...an-xavier.html
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Great shots....
thanks for viewing, glad you enjoyed them. Bob
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