The colours just make everything so surreal and weird within the Pentalum - almost medical...
Megan and Linda look up into the ceiling of the green chamber, Megan still clutching the entrance tickets and map - she wanted to make sure we knew the way out, obviously.
People meandering from green to blue in the Pentalum.
Another of my "camera-on-floor" shots, never done it in a giant bouncy castle mind you!
Megan's favourite room, and one we revisited many times. Inside the exhibition you had no idea of just how far you'd walk - this was right at the far end of the Pentalum, but seemed to be just round the corner from the entrance.
A single person stands in the end of one of the many corridors through the maze that is the Pentalum in Middleton Hall.
Megan stands at the end of a tunnel to the red chamber and pulls faces, hidden by the silhouette though. Nice try kiddo.
Tree of Air
A large tree structure in one of the chambers in the centre of the Pentalum in Middleton Hall.
The Green Room
The first chamber after entering the Pentalum, pick which was to go...
Following the tour of the Pentalum we ventured to Pizza Express, where Megan proudly showed off the badge she got when we brought the tickets.
One view of the giant inflatable in Middleton Hall, the red section on the right is I think the tree chamber inside.
Architects of Air
External view of the Architects of Air: Pentalum in Middleton Hall. Weird!