An annual exhibition of award-winning landscape photography opened recently inside London Bridge station.

Founded in 2007, the exhibition usually tours mainline stations each year, as it’s part-sponsored by Network Rail, and for London usually appears at Waterloo, although this year, they’ve moved to London Bridge.

Chris Frost was named the 2020 winner of Landscape Photographer of the Year with his winning image ‘Woolland Woods’, showing a dreamlike Dorset woodland scene filled with wild garlic flowers.

The Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition will be at London Bridge until 12th February 2021 before travelling around the country.

You can find it in the main ground-floor concourse.


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One comment
  1. John says:

    Thanks for the article. I made a slight detour on the way home yesterday and glad I did – the photography is impressive! Really makes me want to go explore the UK – I did get the impression that the most striking landscapes were in Scotland.

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