Tate Britain – Looking Up


Again it is the mixed lighting that has given the SnapSeed app something to work with.

Had the roof been lit just by natural light from above, I am pretty certain these colours would not have been brought out in the processing.

So, what you are seeing is a shot from the newly constructed spiral staircase at the Tate Modern in London.

the staircase leads from the basement up to ground floor level and there is a decidedly Middle Eastern decorative effect in the pierced stonework.

In the previous post there is a shot of the arches seen at basement level.

About David Bennett

photographer, blogger, greeting card publisher - love travelling, nature, books, culture, good conversation. Greeting card publisher at Flying Twigs
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4 Responses to Tate Britain – Looking Up

  1. Maria Falvey says:

    Interesting filter/treatment – I like the granular quality here.

  2. Fascinating image … a lot to look at in it. My eyes are drawn to some lime-ish green part towards the top…

  3. timethief says:

    I love the granular quality. It’s beautiful.

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