Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Cathedral


The top photo is a side view of the main Cathedral in El Centro as seen in the distance from my terrace. The small photo is a partial view of the front of the Cathedral. "This large 19th-century cathedral, right in the heart of Old Mazatlán, has high, yellow twin towers, a dramatic interior and some beautiful statues. Built from 1875 to 1890, it faces the Plaza Principal, which has lush trees and a bandstand." (from The Lonely Planet website)

10 comments:

Olivier said...

la cathédrale est magnifique, surtout avec cette lumiere. bravo pour la photo

the cathedral is magnificent, especially with this light. bravo pour la photo

Jazzy said...

ooo lovely sunny day, enjoy it, i wish weather is much better here in europe.

JM said...

Beautiful! Glad you are updating this blog! I love Mexico and hope to be back there, I want to visit the north of the country.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I really like the colors on the top photo. Nice.

Heather said...

What gorgeous architecture - I love how you've captured the sun glinting off the roof.

marley said...

I love the light :)

Jilly said...

What a beautiful cathedral. Love the light in this photo too. Just know you are having a great time, Kate.

angela said...

What a beautiful view you have from your terrace. The church is stunning especially in that rosy light.

Jim said...

Beautiful with the sun shinning on it.

Babooshka said...

The light bouncing off the so finely detailed cathedral is wonderful