I like doing architectural photography, though usually those are exterior shots.
Here's an interior architectural image, displaying the "nave" of beautiful St. Bernard Church in Mt. Lebanon, PA:
The subdued lighting and vibrant stained glass really gives you an impression of the feel of this place.
Interior shots are often difficult because of lighting issues, and also because it's difficult to capture architecture at a large scale from inside the building. You're often limited to getting close-ups of architectural details. In this case, however, I had the opportunity to stand near the altar and get this shot while looking back from a slight elevation. The repeated pattern of the pews, and the center aisle stretching off into the distance, gives this image a lot of depth.
That's all for this week. Maybe next week I'll get back to the nature shots.