We just returned from 13 days in Arizona, arriving home on January 1. Equipped with the January theme list, I took several photos specifically for the photo walk. That intent should ward off blog police who have a date book in hand... :-)
This gorgeous door dates back to the 1700s. It's the entrance to the mission church at San Xavier Del Bac, in Tucson. You can read more about this beautiful building here. The church was quite dim (as you will see by my camera settings) but the sunny day outside cast an interesting light on the open door. I loved the textures in this image.
Any ideas how to stop the slight bow of the image on the edges of the door? I have a fairly long lens (18-270 mm) and maybe it's just something I'll have to learn to live with.
Focal length 27 mm