Wow...So this one came out pretty cool I think! Again using photoshop, I defringed everything, but this one I had 13 good exposures starting at 0ev with an F3.5, ISO 800, and shutter speed of 1/30. In +/- 1 ev steps from speeds of 1/1000 all the way up to a 6 second exposure. I went up close, pulled out the wide angle lens, set and set it to 14mm to capture just the temple, and the fountain directly in front of me.
It took some work with the tone mapping, but I managed to make the temple look very bright compared to the background. Interestingly enough, it seems on the long exposures, I managed to get clouds, and, I think stars. Those crosses in the sky are either stars or lense flares. Photomatrix did an excellent job of picking an exposure for the fountain, and with the color saturation up, the stained glass looks just awesome.
You really have to check out the high res version!
Washington DC Temple HDR