Radcliffe Camera

This circular library in Oxford was built in the English Palladian style in 1748 with three levels on the exterior though it’s only two internally. The term “camera” had nothing to do with a DSLR but comes from the Italian translation for room. Had to use a fisheye lens here to get everything in since it was a pretty tight space to shoot.

(Shot with Nikon Coolpix5000 in Oxford, England)


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