If you Google the San Xavier del Bac Mission, most of the resulting images will have been taken from the structure’s façade. (It’s considered one of the country’s finest examples of Spanish colonial architecture.) Berger wanted to bring his own slant to the building, however, and after shooting the familiar views, he wandered around in back and was gratefully rewarded for it. “Hidden in the back was a goldmine of photo ops,” he remembers. “Courtyards and arches, and plenty of architectural detail surrounded by complex shadows. Urn-shaped finials, for example, were sidelit by slivers of strafing sunlight,” the photographer says.