Apparently shedding light on Darwin (for photography) is difficult.
Incidentally, this statue of Darwin is located next to a small cafe at the back end of the first floor at the Natural History Museum in London. In the main hall, halfway up the central staircase and overlooking the reconstruction of Dippy (Diplodocus carnegii), is a bronze statue of Richard Owen. It seems the Natural History Museum forgot to expel this vocal opponent of “Darwinism”. I suppose the fact that he did real research and founded a real museum (namely, the NHM) had something to do with it.