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Tate 2006-06-15

A snapshot of the turbine hall of the Tate Modern, in London, UK. This enormous hall, which once housed the electricity generators of the old power station, is seven stories high with 3400 meters of floor space.

Whilst Londoners/tourists walk about in the large hall, loud speakers play cranky sounds of turbine engines, infusing the cold unemotional walls of the building. The juxtaposition of the couple against the aforementioned setting caught my attention. I hope the sense of size is somewhat conveyed in the image.

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