I feel like I'm blasting off into space when I look at this scene. Which is kind of funny, since the escalator takes you straight into Mother Earth.
I thought I was doing everything right the first time I attempted this shot. I arrived at the Natural History Museum in London 15 minutes before opening on what should have been a slow morning. Whoa, was I ever wrong. My line (coming in the side door) was pretty short - but the main entrance already had a line of people a block long! I tried my best, but really, it was almost hopeless trying to get this shot with the immediate crowd of people. By the time I walked out of the museum, the line to get in was now snaking around multiple sides of the building! But persistence, better planning, and a new friendship paid off on my next attempt, when I was able to take this shot. I think that's pretty typical: technique and hard work matter so much more than equipment. What do you think?
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