There are some locations that inspire and excite me every time I go there. Even though the essence itself doesn't change, each time you return to a certain place it's possible to find new ways of seeing it. One such location for me is the British Museum. The Great Court, with it's impressive glass roof designed by Sir Norman Foster has been photographed by thousands of visitors in thousands of ways, but I still find it can offer surprises, in the form of lighting, mood, angle etc. Here are a couple of shots I took there on a recent visit.
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