Friday, 1 February 2008

Welcome to the British Museum (1)

Welcome to the British Museum. Look at the large glass dome.WOW.
yor walk all around the centre(which houses the Terracotta Army) with rooms off to the sides
which houses other exhibits.


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16 comments:

RuneE said...

The British Museum is a great place.For obvious reasons, I haven't been there for some time, but Ill be back!

Your dome was fantastic - architecture for the future. I love try-outs of new materials and concepts.

And thank you for the comments - I'll look forward to your "bridge"!

Cloudscome said...

What a perspective! Love the lines and the light.

dot said...

Wow, I love these shots!

ANNA-LYS said...

This is the bridge isn't it???
Bridging history into the future architecture? I think so!

Anyhow ... I will link You in the project :-D


Anna-Lys
Sweden

Suzi-k said...

these are great shots, nice architecture.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

How exciting to see these wonderful photos! We've been there many times ~ where we stayed in London on several occasions was only a 5 min. walk to the British Museum. Thank you for sharing the photos! =)

Old Wom Tigley said...

You certainly have a good eye for a shot ... and the ability to try out different ways.. great set of pictures Imac..

YesBut said...

I love he central courtyard roof.

Marvin said...

Wow! Looks huge. Great perspectives on your photos.

Sandy Carlson said...

Impressive. I love this kind of architecture. God bless.

Dragonstar said...

Wonderful patterns!

kostas said...

Good new month. Very possible receptions, with the light it is diffused in the space, and it gives the way costly and luminous. Studied drawing it leaves a lot of light to pass, but also to support the big weight. Good work Imac, so much from the architect of building, but also from you that us you give so much good photographs.

Berit said...

WOW, my god, fantastic!!!!

david mcmahon said...

aaaaaaah, beautiful shots.

ANNA-LYS said...

lol
sorry to disappoint You but I am 50+
but, of course, we are young, aren't we? ;-)

indicaspecies said...

Splendid shots. The third one has a different background.