I was very fortunate to take part in a behind-the-scenes tour of the Texas State Capitol dome last Friday with other members of the Photographers of Dripping Springs. It was fascinating to visit and photograph new sections of the building that I’ve been visiting for nearly 30 years now though there were quite a few surprises. Number one in this list was the amount of space between the roof of the rotunda visible from inside the building and the dome that you see from the outside. This image was taken in the room above the ceiling and below the dome. The enclosed section in the centre holds the top section of the rotunda ceiling with the large Texas star that’s visible from the floor of the building.
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