June 30, 2006

Shadows


The 'sun-screens' along the top of the entrance area to the parliament building provide a rather unusual shadow effect on the ground. They're supposed to be sun-screens, but are basically just another bizarre feature of the parliament building. You do get used to them though and after a while, you do grow to think it's all pretty cool, if a little bit eccentric!

3 comments:

Nerissa said...

A sunscreen? What? After the cat had a few swipes at it? And really... why on earth would you want to stop sun from shining in Scotland? ;-)

Nerissa said...

Oh.. wait. It's to let Grant get neat pictures like this :D

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