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What you can see is an amazing part of the Natural History Museum: the Cocoon at the Darwin Centre. There is a huge egg-shaped concrete building within the building (on the right) 7 stories high which contains a vast collection of old books, plants and insects. Can you see the museum visitor walking by at level 0?

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Comments (9)

MarekEwjanStachowski on March 18, 2012

interesting shot - I like this picture

greetings from Poland
– Marek Ewjan S.

ritacecilia on March 21, 2012

Hi, Marek, thanks. I was totally fascinated by the sight. I hope it comes through. Rita

╰☆❤ MS Jossette D'C … on March 25, 2012

Well Done dear Rita..great idea perspective is so original...greetings from Colorado,USa...like 2

Dino D'Urso on April 27, 2012

Interesting composition, Like and regards from Spain, Dino.

Tivadar Preisz on April 28, 2012

Szia!Kedves, ritacecilia :))!



Rita gratulálok, a fotódhoz,!Nekem nagyon be jön! Különleges meglátás :))!


Szeretem a fotódat:))!


Sok, szia, neked, kedves Rita :))!


--a----------------------------Tivadar

ritacecilia on April 28, 2012

Dear Scarulu, Dino and Tivadar, thank you for visiting this picture. The Natural History Museum is the favourite place of everyone in the family. Best,

Rita

Adem Dogan on December 2, 2012

Hello Rita. An very Fantastic and very Artistic Work! LIKE 5

Friendly Greetings. Adem Dogan

Mehmet Güçlü on September 2, 2013

Perfect shot, very well. YSL - Best wishes, OLYMPIST

Kovács-Tóka Anita on November 27, 2013

De jól komponáltad! Like7

Anita

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  • Uploaded on March 18, 2012
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    by ritacecilia
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A530
    • Taken on 2005/06/29 02:56:08
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/320)
    • Focal Length: 5.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.600
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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