Encapsulated knowledge

As a child, I was encouraged to read and explore. So I frequent museums quite often. However, not all museums are built the same. Case in point, the National History Museum right here in London.

Not only is it a fascinating place to visit, the architecture is what draws me there all the time.

It is easily one of the most beautiful landmarks here. It is also home to a vast range of specimens from the famous dinosaur skeleton and many more.

Although the first image I took there was just a pure chance,  I have been drawn back in search of more.

The architecture itself, the extreme shadows etc makes it both a challenges and a fascination.

Here are the images I have so far in the series.

Encapsulated knowledge 1
Encapsulated knowledge 1
Encapsulated knowledge 2
Encapsulated knowledge 2
Encapsulated knowledge 3
Encapsulated knowledge 3
Encapsulated knowledge 4
Encapsulated knowledge 4
Encapsulated knowlege 5
Encapsulated knowledge 5
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