From the first time I set foot in London, I immediately fell in love with the Natural History Museum. It has been a favourite spot of mine ever since! And what’s not to like? The place is magnificent! I last went there a few months ago – to see the Wildlife Photography of the Year exhibition, back in May. Although it was week day, the place was filled with kids and tourists, to the point I felt a bit dizzy. But it was a good practice, as it’s not always possible to find empty places, especially in London or when travelling. The key is to wait for the right moment.
Anyway. Back in the 90’s, the museum was only free from 4 pm, so we had to wait outside and then get in and try to see as much of the place as possible before closing time. Thanks God that’s not the case anymore, now all London’s main museums are free. Which means: more places to practice!!!! London museums are the best because they always look so grand and have some of the best exhibitions all year long. I was meant to go and do some practice at the NHM for quite a while, and these pics were taken with my old camera. I’m actually quite happy about them, which kinda tells me I should go to museums more often. Good for my skills and my brain, really, what’s not to like?