One of the main difficulties with camera obscura is location, you need to have a room which you are allowed to completely darken and finding interesting places where you are given permission is difficult. But there are a few locations which I am currently investigating which are much larger and more interesting that anywhere I have shot before. Be able to shoot in a larger environment will enable me to use different techniques and really explore movement into the project. One of the places I am currently investigating is Tyntesfield which is a national trust property in north Somerset that was built in victorian times in a gothic style and is grade one listed. If I able able to use a room or two I think it will make a very interesting study.
Here is the link to there website ; http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield/
and also the wiki page ; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyntesfield