We walked through Trinity College Library in Dublin to get to the special section housing the Book of Kells exhibit (really interesting, by the way.) I was struck by the high domed ceiling of the library's main hall, the colorful banners illustrating the Viking influence on this area, and the strong one-point perspective of this shot. I asked everyone to leave so I could get a "clean" shot, but they wouldn't, so I just imagined the mob of tourists as students at Hogwarts cramming for final exams.
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Noel_Byrne (33060) 2014-08-29 10:16
How the heck did you manage to get this? Ive been told a bazillion times that taking a photo in here is impossible and that security will follow anybody with a camera. Really nicely done to get this and a very nice idea not go with the traditional head on view, this angled take creates excellent lead lines from both corners. It really is a magical place.
ikeharel (76145) 2014-08-29 12:12
At first thought this was the leading way to a RR-station... but when red the note and opened the thumbnail, than red Noel's note I reckon such places not permitting photography within - but you did it your way: and a fabulous vibrant image collected.
The ceiling is attractive, well shown with fine details and books shelves are no less inspiring.
Cheers, and nice weekend to you.