26/365 challenge / by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography

An afternoon at the Museum... 

The Natural History Museum is a must see, collosal piece of architecture. It was built in 1880, but a competition was held in 1864 to design the museum, The winner, Francis Fowke, died shorty afterwards and the design was taken over by ALfred Waterhouse, who put in it a specila romanesque style. Construction works lasted for 7 years.

Unfortunately it is always extremely crowded, not easy for photographers, a good way of training patience!

Canon 5dMarkIII, TS lenses 17mm