Although he showed us many of Ronda's sights on our walk-around tour, here I am focusing on the shots I got of the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor. Technically, the church is not a cathedral, as it is not the home for an archbishopric, but I think the locals consider it as a sort of informal cathedral anyway.
The church did have a few architectural charms, but I didn't capture many of those, perhaps because our guide had a lot of ground to cover for the tour or because his interests were not so much architectural as cultural. In any event, I did garner a few architectural shots, including the following.
Some lovely archwork at the entrance.
An interior pillar.
And a ceiling detail.
A very simple crucifix.
An ancient hymnal.
I was really fortunate to get this photo as we were simply passing by and I only got one shot with an exposure of 1/3 second, almost impossibly long for a decent handheld shot.
Finally, one last shot of Don Diego, leading the group.