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October 31, 2010 / Steve

Day 303 – The Mission at San Juan Capistrano

Having visited Mission San Diego de Alcalá in the last week (the Presidio), I was inspired to visit another, more popular Mission. The Mission at San Juan Capistrano is really an impressive place; the ruins of the church, the structures, and the gardens buzzing with hummingbirds and butterflies.

We spent the afternoon perusing the gardens and all the different buildings and artifacts. You sure gain an appreciation of how easy life is nowadays, compared to the way they lived back in the late 1700’s.



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  1. Marco Fiori / Oct 31 2010 11:03 AM

    This is a particular favourite Steve! I’m going to severely miss your blog when it’s over.

    • Steve / Oct 31 2010 12:37 PM

      Thanks Marco! It’s been nice hearing your comments throughout the year; makes the whole process so much more enjoyable.

      I do have a new blog after this planned, which will be based on photography, although it will not have a daily schedule attached to it. This project has been so rewarding in more ways than I could have expected, but after almost a year of this I am looking forward to sharing my photography in a more casual way.

  2. evenstarwen / Nov 10 2010 5:01 AM

    I love old buildings, and this photo really captures the atmosphere of the place, what with the earthy colors and the warm sunlight. Love it.

  3. Natalie / Nov 10 2010 12:49 PM

    Thumbs up!

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