The chapel of the Alamo Mission. Known as the “Shrine of Texas Liberty”
wow a very fine rendition Joy one expect to see Billy the Kid coming out that door :)) Y*+like, Peter
Thanks Peter! I was just playing around with the shot and was happy when this developed:) My husband had the same reaction & this was his one request to visit when we went to Texas so I figured that was good enough:)
Could you go inside?
Thanks Marquee! Go inside..yes. Take photos...no.
Nice shot Joy
Thanks Marion! Good to have you stop by!
Magnificent capture of this historic site ... congratulations on wonderful job...>>L4<<, AJVL.
I like the post-processing here!
Best Wishes, Liam
É uma visão espetacular da arquitetura hsitórica, parabéns pelo registro. F2 Saudações, de Dourados - Mato Grosso do Sul - Brasil
Nice work, JF! I love your whole Alamo series, but this one tops the list. It is a step back in time! YSL
When I was at Lackland AFB in San Antonio for training about "100 years ago", I tried to visit the Alamo, but picked probably the only day of the year that it was closed. Thank you for these photos.
Best wishes, Leo
Very nice image! LIKE!
Great B&W! L&F greetings Evan
Great Historical aura in this shot. Like 8. Did you know that both Sam Houston and Santa Anna were Free Masons! :=) cheers scally.
say, i remember this place! nice treatment joy.
Hi Joy,1836 I know it has a great history,but how close was the film The Alamo to it with the late John Wayne,for us over here is how we see it,love the old look of your photo great shot,best regards from England LES.
an impressive image!!!!!! very nice work!!!!!! like!!
Don't know about B the Kid, but if Travis and Crockett walked out , you'd get a hell of a shock. The image looks like an old daguerrotype. What a ripper! Lk.
Sign up to comment.
Sign in if you already did it.
Photo taken in Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA