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Friday Link Love

Posted on 16th Jan 2015 by Stacey

So January is already half over, not quite sure where that went! Feels like the Christmas break is but a distant memory. We have lots of exciting things in the pipeline here though so hopefully we won;t have time to wallow in the winter blues. We have our new exhibition Wildlife of the World about to go out on tour for the very first time in February, and we have just opened a new photography competition which explores the theme of Identity. We will also be launching a new submission theme very shortly so watch this space. Lots to think about and lots to do. But right now it's Friday, so it's time for a well earned break before it all starts up again on Monday. We'll leave you with some of the most interesting photography related stories we've seen on the web this week.

1. Explore the Relationship Between Photography and Architecture

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