This week's Sunday Stills challenge is churches and graveyards. I could go on and on but here are my choices...
The old chapel at Ft. Stanton, New Mexico.
In the Pueblo of Laguna, the church is the best kept and highest placed building of the village.
The old San Miguel Mission Chapel in Santa Fe built in the 1600's, believed to be the oldest adobe church in the US. It has been repaired and rebuilt numerous times but the original walls are still standing within.
The Old San Ysidro church in Corrales. One year, Lisa, her daughter, and I helped "mud" a courtyard wall on Mudder's Day. See here for my post.
I'm not sure of the name of this church but it's in the middle of nowhere, on a hill.
Here's an interesting gravestone in an old graveyard in Santa Fe.
You can rest in peace here (pillow included).
These are the ruins of the Salinas Pueblo mission at Quarai. See here for more info.
I thought this photograph taken in Denver showing an old church versus the new architecture made an interesting shot.
Doesn't everyone go letterboxing at a cemetery?
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