One of my favorite topics in photography is architecture and within that is the sub-topic of churches. These buildings can often be exquisitely detailed both inside and out. While many churches look alike on the surface, a closer look always seems to show a little individuality with each having it's own character. The image below was taken on one of my road trips so I really have no information regarding the age of the building or it's history. This was really a drive-by opportunity that caught my eye so I took a couple of shots and moved on.
I decided to render this in black & white so I ran it through onOne's Photo Tools, applying the Wow Portrait filter. I know, a portrait filter doesn't readily come to mind when processing architectural shots but I love to experiment. :-)