My first visit to the new Tate Modern extension in June was a bit chaotic. The lifts seemed a bit complicated, the art a bit underwhelming and the crowds a bit offputting. So for my second visit I chose a quiet(ish) afternoon. I skipped the art though.
Instead, I tok a few pictures of the gorgeous lines, curves and angles this rather stark-looking building has to offer.
Using just one 28mm lens on my Sony A7R II, I took several pictures of the interior sans the visitors. Here are my favourites. Enjoy.
You can also see them on my Facebook page (and while there, why not like it to see more images and films as and when I upload them ).