St. Peter's Church in Vienna, Austria is amazingly beautiful on the inside. The outside, as you can see, doesn't really let you know that. I'm not saying the outside is ugly - far from it - but it is sort of non-descript, it blends in well with its surroundings and it's tucked just off their main pedestrian thoroughfare, the Graben.
In other words, it's not obvious. I don't really expect big, blinking neon signs saying "kick ass photo opps here" or "Jim, please pay attention" but you know what I mean. Anyways, I obviously found it, which is a good thing.
I had heard about this church's interior from my friend Pete Talke and of course had also seen pics of the inside, but really had no idea what to expect on the outside. I walked past it the first time.
But thankfully my little map helped me figure out that I needed to double back, so I did and since it was early morning, I was able to fire these brackets uninterrupted.