I lead occassional photography tours/workshops in various places around the northern part of New Mexico and Southern Colorado. One of the tours is along the High Road to Taos, a road lined with small colonial Spanish communities and their impressive churches. On Sunday I led a tour along the High Road. One of the stops along the way is the Santuario de Chimayo, sometimes called the Lourdes of North America. The small village is home to a church built over a clay deposit that is said to hold healing powers.
Here is the Santo Nino Chapel, located just to the west of the main church.
Nikon D7000. Nikkor 85-100mm. 1/80s. f/9. ISO 200.