It's all change for this year's Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition. After seven successful years at the National Theatre, we are very excited about the move to another iconic location - the busiest station in Britain - London Waterloo.
The exhibition will be held on the recently-built Mezzanine level of the station. Completed in the summer of 2012, the balcony provides a perfect location to display the winning entries from the competition; showcasing the very best of the British countryside in the very heart of the capital. We are the first event of this type to be held here and it's a great privilege for us.
Not only will the photographs appear on display stands across the balcony but will also make an appearance on the amazing Motion@Waterloo, a 40m wide LCD screen which is the largest single indoor screen in the UK and spans the station from platforms 7 to 11.
The exhibition will run for nine weeks from 1st December 2014 to the 31st January 2015.
Admission is free and access is unprecedented in the Awards eight year history – as long as the station is open, visitors will have the chance to see it; over 1200 hours of opportunity. Thanks go to our excellent hosts, Network Rail.
Post By Charlie Waite