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Thursday, 15 April 2010

Light and Shadows

This totem pole stands in the entrance of the British Museum. The wonderful shadows cast are courtesy of the sun through the amazing glass ceiling.
This is the perfect place to practice your photography skills with light and colour balance. You have natural light and artificial light, several shades of white. What's more you wont be thrown out or confronted about spending hours taking pictures. That's not always easy to find in London.

14 comments:

PhotoPuddle said...

Love these shadows. Looks like it was a beautiful sunny day.

jabblog said...

Quite lovely - very serene.

Halcyon said...

I love it. Light and shadows are important on any photo.

Saretta said...

those shadows are really neat! as is the totem.

/t. said...

white on white

nicely minimal, mo

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/t.

JM said...

I wonder if this is the huge totem pole I saw years ago at the stairs of the museum...

Sharon said...

I thought that might be the British Museum when I saw the photo! Great light and shadow effect.

Gillian said...

lovely shot...love the shaddows from the ceiling.

Gillian said...

lovely shot...love the shaddows from the ceiling.

Babzy said...

Very nice shot indeed :)

willam said...

bleh. seen better

violinmuffin said...

Thank you for dropping by and the tip about taking a photo of my cat Pricilla!

cool shot!

The Lone Beader® said...

Cool perspective! I love the British Museum!

Seattle DUI lawyer said...

That's a neat shadow photo. Great shot.

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