The Piazza Terrace in the Royal Opera House’s Floral Hall, with open views over a snowy Covent Garden. The light and contrasts were made for Black & White.
“The Royal Opera House, designed by Edward Barry in 1858, retains its original white façade that was built in a classical style with its main entrance on Bow Street. An adjacent connecting building, a spectacular glass structure called Floral Hall, that was once part of the historic Covent Garden flower market, now serves as the venue’s atrium and public space” ~ English Heritage.
Another one for Monochrome Monday