Sunday, February 23, 2014
San Xavier Mission
While I am not at all religious, I do love old buildings and historical sites. We visited the San Xavier Mission southwest of Tucson a week ago while hunting for some gifts for my daughter who visited last week (more later when I post images from our trip to northern Arizona). This image was taken with my 24mm lens on my Canon 70D and an exposure of 1/750 seconds at f/16, ISO 400. This mission dates to the 17th century when Fr. Eusebio Kino established the mission in 1692. This building was constructed between 1783 and 1797 and while today it is sometimes called "The White Dove of the Desert", it was originally unpainted and a brown color.