Thursday, 30 July 2009

Wednesday - Tate Modern

The turbine hall at Tate Modern. This huge space housed the generators when this building served its original purpose as Bankside Power Station, contributing to the huge electrical power needs of the city of London. It must have been a noisy and unwelcoming place then. It now has a quiet and peaceful quality to it and has housed many interesting exhibitions since its conversion to a gallery.

Olympus SP500UZ; ISO 98; f2.8; 1/30s; 6mm. (Obviously shot in 'Auto' mode - it was a compact afterall)

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