The Big Picture

The Big Picture Photography Competition from The Telegraph

Edinburgh, viewed from Calton Hill, aglow at sunset.
Photography by Mustafa Kheraluwala
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A train steaming over Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire
Photography by Catherine Ogden
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Colourful crossroads in Havana, Cuba
Photography by Lucy Higgins
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Lake Windermere at dawn
Photography by Les Fitton
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A fisherman in Sri Lanka
Photography by Ian Lewry
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The Big Picture
Enter our weekly travel photography competition for the chance to win a £250 Trailfinders holiday voucher. Send your picture, which must be at least 1Mb in size, along with a brief description, your name, address, telephone number, the date and location of the photo to thebigpicture@telegraph.co.uk.

more at The Telegraph

London Underground Stations by Luke Agbaimoni

London photographer Luke Agbaimoni is attempting to capture beautiful and arty shots at every London Underground, Overground and DLR Station for his photography project tubemapper.com.
He currently has about 180 stations on the Tube Mapper website, with hundreds of images of stations, platforms, tunnels, nearby sights and landmarks.
Here’s a selection of shots for the project, please visit the site to see more or follow him…

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Photographer Captures Beautiful Photos At Every London Underground Station
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René Groebli – The magic eye

René Groebli celebrated his 90th birthday last October, which Bildhalle will take as a welcomed opportunity to honor this exceptional Swiss photographer with a comprehensive solo exhibition. In cooperation with Daniel Blochwitz, this curated gallery show will present works from René Groebli’s lifelong career. Aside from his legendary early works, like “The Eye of Love” or “Rail Magic”, there will be on display his experimental and ground-breaking images of movement, color and crossfade-effects. Also shown will be his lesser known or even forgotten works, such as his series from Ireland or New York from the late 1970’s.

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René Groebli – The magic eye
more at Bildhalle