Pallant House pipework
While I was out and about this morning I took a small detour to the Pallant House art gallery in Chichester to capture today’s photo. The original part of the gallery is a Queen Anne townhouse, built in 1712. However, in 2006 a new, contemporary extension was built on the side of the original house to create more space. I’ve had a couple of attempts at taking photos of the extension without success as I’ve yet to get there when the light has been right. However, there are some ceramic tubes lining the wall down one side of the entrance which had caught my eye. I took this with my wide angle lens as wide as it would go at 10mm, framing them to make the pipes lead diagonally into one corner and the seam between the two layers lead into another.