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Another shot in what might become a whole "Steel Vertigo" series.
"30 St Mary Axe" (but colloquially known as "The Gherkin") is one of the most iconic buildings in the City of London: with its 41 floors and its rounded shape, it is one of the most recognizable landmarks of modern London.
There are lots of pictures of it on the Internet, so I decided to capture it from a slightly more improbable point, right in front of one of the entrances, using an ultra-wide lens to warp its proportions a bit and make such entrance seem to cover a whole half of the skyscraper.

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