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The Monday Muse Week 23

No surprises that this week’s muse is “looking for love”.

Added by Region: London on 08 Feb 2016

Story Behind The Image - Ken Lennox Hon FRPS

Four times British Press Photographer of the Year, Ken Lennox Hon FRPS shares the story behind one of his iconic images. Diana Princess of Wales - My Secret Portrait.

Added by Region: London on 03 Feb 2016

The Monday Muse Week 22

We are delighted to introduce our first guest muse – Brian Griffin Hon FRPS

Added by Region: London on 01 Feb 2016

Snowdrops by Robert Canis

Seasonal advice from award-winning wildlife and landscape photographer, Robert Canis.

Added by Region: London on 31 Jan 2016

Wapping-on-Sea

Still in it’s infancy, Breathing London is already leading your Blogger to new spaces and places!

Added by Region: London on 29 Jan 2016

Gandhi Chaplin Memorial Garden

Several weeks ago now, looking for inspiration for the Breathing London project, I discovered “Pocket Parks” – part of the Mayor’s London’s Great Outdoors initiative.

Added by Region: London on 26 Jan 2016

The Monday Muse Week 21 - Competitions

The latest weekly amusement from RPS London. This week, our muse is to enter a competition.

Added by Region: London on 25 Jan 2016

Breathing London Day 9 - Update and First Competition

Breathing London Day 9 and we’re starting to see some great images on FB: it’s good to have many of you signing up already and to meet old friends again from Bleeding London.

Added by Region: London on 23 Jan 2016

Enrich the lives of travellers, tourists, workers and bees

The Bee Friendly Trust is working with local communities to install planters full of beautiful bee friendly flowers on railway and surface tube station in London

Added by Region: London on 22 Jan 2016

Tarantino’s Telluride blood-spilling

Visually sumptuous and rare, filmed on 65mm film stock on Panavision cameras with Anamorphic lenses once used to film parts of Ben Hur. How fortunate we are in London still to have a cinema able to project 70mm film. I even got to visit the projector as a special treat.

Added by Region: London on 20 Jan 2016