london’s natural history museum
I visited the Natural History Museum on a day when the sun wasn’t in sight and the sky
was overtaken by clouds. A beautifully grey day, that is quite the norm in London as
you may know. And so a few photographs to capture the striking interior that is
equally moody and royal, captured by yours truly.
A collection of specimens and its affiliating research of carious segments of
natural history is housed between terra-cotta laced walls and tiles with details of
flora and fauna. An all encompassing feel of a sooty Victorian climate in a
quintessential London borough.
follow the Natural History Museum here
It’s by far the most beautiful of locations in all of London. One that I
frequent quite often on off-days when it’s not too busy. The skylight that
peeks overs the unsaturated tiles on the roof drape the dark columns, nooks
and hallways with sprinklings of light.