A chapel built right into the red rocks. Marguerite Staude, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, designed this church after being inspired in 1932 by viewing a cross as she gazed on the Empire State Building. The church was built in 1957. Its signature feature is the 90-foot-high, architecturally integrated cross. It juts out of two red mounds on a spur of rock that is 200 feet above the ground.
Taken in Sedona Arizona - I had to get in and out quickly before folks thought I was going to give a sermon.