Stations of the Cross
The Pantheon | Rome, Italy
I'm fascinated by the Stations of the Cross found in Roman Catholic churches around the world: how simple or ornate they are, how they reflect the artist's heritage, the surrounding culture, etc.
The Stations of the Cross in the Pantheon in Rome (which has been dedicated to "St. Mary and the Martyrs" since the 7th century) were the first ones that really grabbed my attention and sparked my interest in this particular devotion. They're definitely some of the most unique ones I've ever seen.
The way that Jesus is portrayed as being physically part of the cross is slightly eerie, especially in the Sixth Station. The depth of the Eleventh Station is impressive in real life, but it's lost in the straight-on shot.