Mission Moonlight



There is something magical about the San Antonio missions.

The history that radiates from the very walls. The beauty and simplicity of the architecture. The rustic textures. The sense of awe engendered by these buildings – still standing after hundreds of years.

While I visited on a sunny November day, I can imagine the beauty of the missions at night, under a full moon, coated with its silvery light.

Mission moonlight – brought to you through the magic of Photoshop.


Texture Credits:
Kim Klassen: Rest Texture
Anna J. Lenabem: Background Moon, Textures 228 and 229
Edge: Sebastian Michaels

Inspired by  Photoshop Artistry, an online Photoshop course by Sebastian Michaels


Posted on February 24, 2015, in Photoshop and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I love missions too — the shapes, the textures, the light! This is lovely — your processing accentuates the historic feel of this room. Well done!

  2. Nicely created. Mysterious.

  3. I love this moonlight. I always imagine that missions are filled with the mystery, and your processing brings that to light for me.

  4. Lovely! Arches are one of my favorite architectural features. Love how the bench sits, not quite centered in the arch.

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