If you’ve ever visited London, but not been to the British Museum, then shame on you! It’s not just a place for the museum anoraks either, it has so much interesting stuff under it’s roof that you hardly know where to start.
You can see everything from 5000 year old mummies, to original manuscripts written by Shakespeare, and if you’re in to Egypt (Egyptology I believe it’s called) then there’s more items from Egypt than you can shake a stick at!
Anyway, moving on, my joiner, this particular joiner was a complete nightmare to put together. While the glass roof of the atrium is stunning to look at, it’s very challenging when trying to join a whole ton of photos of it together. In fact it was so much of a challenge I almost binned this joiner completely, writing it of as ‘one that didn’t quite work out’, but with stubbornness comes persistence, with persistence comes ignorance, and with ignorance comes stubbornness again and eventually something starts to take shape.
You can’t have failed to notice the big silver sculpture thing on the right hand bottom corner, I almost left this ‘detail’ out, but I’m glad I didn’t as it’s very interesting to look at. I can’t really say what it is, other than a big block of silvery stuff… :)
I hope you enjoy the zoomed in copy of the joiner below
And remember, if you visit London, visit the British Museum! (it’s even free to get in, what more do you want?!)
Dimensions: 6.3m wide by 4.55m high (21ft x 15.17ft)