Colonnades at the National Maritime Museum Greenwich

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Two slightly different views, which do you prefer?

First image I was sat on the floor, two steps below the paving level with the camera just about a meter above the paving level.
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Second image, I took this while standing, about two steps below the paving level.
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  • ƒ/11
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First one for me too
 
Two slightly different views, which do you prefer?

First image I was sat on the floor, two steps below the paving level with the camera just about a meter above the paving level.
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Second image, I this while standing, about two steps below the paving level.
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Thanks Etienne, Thad and Chris. I did prefer the second one but now that you guys mention it, I think possibly the first as it does feel as though it has greater depth as you say. I think its the perspective angle of the ceiling and the greater height due to more foreground. Thanks for your thoughts, greatly appreciated.
 
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Bit late to the party, but I also prefer the first, for much the same reasons others have mentioned. Also, it's subtle, but the column reflections seem to be slightly stronger in the first.
 
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