#17 on Rinda's Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt -- a church
Cathedral Dulce Nombre de Jesus. This cathedral is located in my hometown of Caguas, Puerto Rico. Typical of Spanish architecture, the city of Caguas was built around a central plaza. City streets then radiated from the plaza. Each plaza also had a church. According to Wiki, the church predates the city's founding in 1775.
I love Spanish architecture so whenever possible I try to capture its beauty on film. I especially love photographing old churches. So here are a few more churches I photographed during my stay in Puerto Rico. Like the cathedral in Caguas, the churches pictured below are also located in their respective city plaza.
|Utuado, Puerto Rico|
|Cathedral Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe|
Ponce, Puerto Rico
Thanks for stopping by . . . Yoli