The principal motifs or subjects are the church and the puddles of water. Amorsolo is interested in the reflections in the water and the relationship of the man made church with its surrounding natural environment.
The picture shows Amorsolo’s treatment with the architecturally solid blocks of the expansive building structure against the flatness of the canvas itself.
Amorsolo concentrates on the church edifice itself as the dominant image. The artist contrasts the solidity of the architectural edifice with the small and comparatively delicate buildings on the right as they stand along the extended puddle of water.
Loosely regimented parallel architectural lines give him the freedom to paint masses of undefined foliage at the sides of the picture without losing the compositional quality.