On my third visit to photograph the Brighton Dome Corn Exchange redevelopment, I was taken onto the roof. It was spectacular to be so close to the graceful lead-covered dome itself and to be able to look down on the eccentric combination of architectural styles that make up the Royal Pavilion Estate. At the end of the building closest to the gardens, there was a broken pane of glass that enabled me to get a clear shot of the entire Corn Exchange space from almost ceiling height. If you look closely, the workman in the distance gives you some perspective on how large this room is. More information about this project can be found here.