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OT: Waterloo Landscape Photography exhibition
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Recliner
2016-12-10 12:07:36 UTC
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Waterloo is Britain's busiest railway station, a sometime theatre, and
a large retail and eating mall, but it's less well known as an art
gallery.

But, tucked away on the upper level is a low-key exhibition of the
winners of the 2016 Landscape Photographer of the Year awards. It's
free and easily accessed, close to the passage to Waterloo East. It's
well worth a look if you're passing through or close to Waterloo; the
exhibition might move on to other railway stations across the country
after it closes in Waterloo in February. Several of the pictures have
a railway theme, and all have notes from the photographer and some
technical details about how they were shot. Some had required a huge
amount of time and effort.

Here's some pics of the pics I took yesterday:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/recliner/albums/72157677559737416

More details:
http://www.take-a-view.co.uk/latest-news/
Graeme Wall
2016-12-10 12:12:12 UTC
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Post by Recliner
Waterloo is Britain's busiest railway station, a sometime theatre, and
a large retail and eating mall, but it's less well known as an art
gallery.
But, tucked away on the upper level is a low-key exhibition of the
winners of the 2016 Landscape Photographer of the Year awards. It's
free and easily accessed, close to the passage to Waterloo East. It's
well worth a look if you're passing through or close to Waterloo; the
exhibition might move on to other railway stations across the country
after it closes in Waterloo in February. Several of the pictures have
a railway theme, and all have notes from the photographer and some
technical details about how they were shot. Some had required a huge
amount of time and effort.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/recliner/albums/72157677559737416
http://www.take-a-view.co.uk/latest-news/
Thanks for the heads up.
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Tony Dragon
2016-12-10 13:35:45 UTC
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Post by Recliner
Waterloo is Britain's busiest railway station, a sometime theatre, and
a large retail and eating mall, but it's less well known as an art
gallery.
But, tucked away on the upper level is a low-key exhibition of the
winners of the 2016 Landscape Photographer of the Year awards. It's
free and easily accessed, close to the passage to Waterloo East. It's
well worth a look if you're passing through or close to Waterloo; the
exhibition might move on to other railway stations across the country
after it closes in Waterloo in February. Several of the pictures have
a railway theme, and all have notes from the photographer and some
technical details about how they were shot. Some had required a huge
amount of time and effort.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/recliner/albums/72157677559737416
http://www.take-a-view.co.uk/latest-news/
There is also the 'Waterloo Elephant@

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