The Federal Building in San Diego's Balboa Park is an oddity, in that it does not follow the traditional architecture that the park is known for. Now home to the Hall of Champions, the building features a façade reminiscent of ancient Mayan art. Reliefs of the Mayan rain god Chac, with his elephant-like trunk, adorn the building, surrounded by similar pattens of a Maya Revival style. Though the art covers only a small percentage of the building's front, it is nonetheless an intriguing and eye-catching feature that many never take the time to notice. The photograph above was taken with a 70-300mm lens, with post-processing done using Adobe Lightroom 2.