Taken inside the Temple of Virtue (or at least the 1960s reproduction of it that now exists) at New Windsor Cantonment, in May 2015.

I’m not entirely sure why I like this. Maybe it’s the contrast between the light walls and the darker chairs. Or perhaps it’s the contrast between the smooth wood of the chairs and the rougher textures of the door, floor and walls. Or it could be the slightly different tones of the chairs (they were different colors).

I do know that I would have liked it more if the chair on the right was not blocking the one behind it (i.e. if it were further to the right). But this was a public area with guides nearby and I didn’t feel that I cold move it.

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