Movement at the Natural History Museum and the V&A

After visiting the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition I thought I would photograph around the museums. I got some stability from the balustrade to take a few long exposure shots of people walking up and down the grand staircase at the Natural History Museum. After a must-do dinosaur shot I moved on to the V&A where I found the jewellery gallery a good subject for ICM (although most of my efforts were worthless), as was the 'War Horse' display they have on at the moment. There is a glass staircase in the jewellery gallery which is worth looking at. I had not realised that you are not supposed to photograph in here but security did not realise until I had nearly finished.








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