> march 4: the british museum
march 4: the british museum
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I love the colours and lines in the upper most image.
Superb - god love Norman Foster - I've been meaning to go there a few times when I've been in London, but the trouble is the late night opening clashes with Walthamstowe dog track! There's only one winner there (usually the bookie).
I've seen images of the ceiling before but never from this angle which includes other aspects of the museum. From the exif looks like you used a very wide lens. Excellent!
Strange, I was going to go here today, to take some photos, but the weather was so foul, I decided, to hermet. Nice work old chap!
Yeah, the ceiling is amazing, indeed.
Fantastic place to photo - that roof looks amazing! Add to list....
The geometric shapes and color in this are fantastic. That ceiling..wow.. and the people give it scale and bring the image to life. Bravo!
Niall, you've really captured the beauty of this (Norman Foster?) design. I really love going there.
This one is very nice. I wish i manage to see someday this wonderful architectural structure!
The ceiling seems to eminate from the huge structure in the middle. I've never seen anything like this as it looks like they've quite fitted a regular old building inside a sphere of fantastic design (the ceiling being the top of it). I think your composition gives the viewer a look into all the unusual and opposing shapes, architecture and colors. Well done.
very nice, very dynamic. Love thee roof too, but the yellow diagonal works well too
Need to be getting myself down there sometime soon (and the PRO).
Nice place, hey this is cool! I think I recognize this location from those sample photos you find at reviews done at dpreview.com
Oh wow, look at that ceiling. I love this image because of that ceiling. Very cool looking and it gives me the feeling of motion, do not ask my why that is, but it almost makes me dizzy. Very cool picture Naill.
looks like an interesting museum.