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A few photos from today

Escape on the Dartmouth to Paignton Steam Railway

If you feel like escaping from the busy Dartmouth shops and river, then I recommend a ride along the coast to Paignton on what is described as "one of the finest heritage steam railway journeys in Europe".

Tori Amos Inspiration Competition - Rome

Audrey Hepburn dazzled the world with her Roman Holiday, and now we want to experience yours! Submit your images inspired by it's many facets for your chance to win!

Rosie Newman's Footage of the London Blitz (1941)

Between 1940 to 1941, during the Second World War, London was among the British cities strategically bombed by Nazi Germany. Let's watch a footage detailing the devastation caused by the 1941 bombing, filmed and edited by a well-connected amateur cinematographer named Rosie Newman.

Philippe Halsman: JUMP!

Philippe Halsman, the photographer who asked his sitters to jump!

Warhol, the Missing Portrait, and the Polaroid

It’s probably a well known fact that Andy Warhol and his Polaroid cameras got along really well. Images of Warhol with his instant companions are not too rare and this certainly comes as no surprise from the king of consumerism and instant gratification himself.

The Bohemian Photographer: Ida Kar

Ida Kar (1908–74) was instrumental in encouraging the acceptance of photography as a fine art. She was the first photographer to be honoured with a major retrospective in London.