This post is inspired by the Word a Week Photo Challenge: Week Nineteen – Industrial by A word in your ear‘s blog.
In this case my shots are of an “ex-industrial” site: Tate Modern Art Gallery in London, in the Bankside area of Central London.
This gallery is located in a building which was originally a power station, which in 1981 closed. The power station was converted by Herzog & De Meuron architects.
I have to say it, Tate Modern and Millennium bridge are two of my favourites spots to take pictures!
The Tate Modern Gallery seen by the Millennium Bridge – London (United Kingdom) – Picture taken by me January 2007
Installation inside the Tate Modern Gallery – London (United Kingdom) – Picture taken by me January 2007