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Robert Bushell, Captain of the MBNA Thames Clippers which ferries commuters and tourists up and down the river Thames, London. Bushell finds the morning shifts a struggle, especially the earliest which requires waking up at 2.30am to arrive at 4am. But once out of bed, he likes being out on the river so early. “It’s really peaceful he says, aside from the occasional tugboat or engineer surveying and repairing the bridges”. View the full photo story about the people who work on the river.
A fan-throated lizard, which features in the final of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award at The Natural History Museum in London
‘Drawn’ taken in Scotland by Ford Buchanan, is one of the six entries from the UK to make the top 10 shortlisted photographs in VELUX’s third annual Lovers of Light photography competition.
At Take a View’s landscape photographer of the year awards, ‘Sunrise at Winnats Pass, Derbyshire’, taken by Sven Mueller, won the Visit Britain ‘You’re invited’ award for the best image from an overseas entrant.
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A Professional photo guide and his client move to a new position while photographing the rocky coast of Maine’s Acadia National Park at dawn on Friday
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‘Bisons on Grand Prismatic Spring’ by Lukas Gawenda and has been shortlisted for the Society of Biology’s Photography Award. The theme of this year’s competition was home, habitat and shelter and the society received nearly 800 entries
Peter Cairns’ photograph of woodlands in Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park won the Wild Woods category in the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014.
‘Winter sunrise over West Dorset’, taken in Bridport, West Dorset, that came third in the ‘VELUX Lovers of Light’ photography competition taken by finalist Stephen Banks, from Bridport, West Dorset.
Patrons of the New York City Ballet look at a massive photograph on linoleum flooring featuring more than 80 dancers in an array of poses at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York. The work of French-born artist JR, winner of the 2011 TED Prize and known for his large-scale photography projects, was made by staging a photo shoot of the artists lying down pushing and pulling on a white crinkled paper. It will remain in place through March 2.
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A handout photo issued by the National Trust of Ireland, shows “Astrid” taken by Jakub Walutek, the winner of the coastal heritage category of Ireland’s clean coasts photography awards 2013. The photo shows the tall ship Astrid, which sank off the coast of Kinsale in Cork in July.
A great tit in flight, photographed by James Amess, which won the Wildpix Young People’s 12-18 award in the British Wildlife Photography awards 2013
Workers attach photos by Kai Wiedenhoefer to the outside wall of the East Side Gallery in Berlin. Eight of his photographs of border and separation walls will be exhibited at the gallery until September 13.
Workers install photos titled ‘World Picture’ by German artist Marie Lienhard during a press preview at Ostrale 013, the international exhibition of contemporary arts in Dresden, eastern Germany on Thursday. The exhibition starts on Friday and lasts until September 15.
The Skate South bank Forever photography portraits, part of the Global Inside Out Project, will be launching on Saturday 8th June 2013, 10am at The South Bank Skate Park. Twenty five black & white portraits of the local skating community will be put up. The project is launching to help raise awareness of the plight of London’s Skating community as it fights to save the skating area against the ongoing threat of retail developments. The Undercroft of the South bank Centre has been the heart of London skateboarding for almost forty years