Gallery of submitted photos

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Never Walk Alone

ProphecyBlur

This shot was taken on a lunchtime walk looking into Canary Wharf from the bridge on Prestons Road

EVIL-HANDS

dipakdey

LET US TRY TO SAVE THE GIRL CHILD FROM THE HUMILIATION.I

let me have a go!

maria andrews

We take turns with the tyre and with then with the camera

Caravan and some tree's

Daisy Davidson

Taken on a traditional film camera, I liked the empty solemness of the light against the caravan

Man at Work, Nature at Work

Nicole Martins de Oliveira

Many are the contradicting forces at play that shape the face of the East End.

Untitled

Wanda Hu

Shopper

Mike Askew

I love these murals and the shopper happening to pass by fits perfectly.

shoreditch station

Saem LEE

eesem.com

lord of the estate

delwar hussain

Mile End Easter football club

Liban Mahamud & Sadiq Harwood

Memorial to Etem Celebi , shot on 16.11.07

Elzbieta Franklyn

From the series

Brick Lane

Obinna Uzoukwu

This picture was taken in Brick Lane, East London. The open window represents the social openness of the East End; the relaxed and informal atmosphere. This image shows the café culture, where on a Sunday the mixed cultures come together to sell and buy on the infamous Brick lane market.

Frog

Sandra Rozee

My East End memory is of Sunday mornings when my brother and me would sit on the coal bunker.

The road to East End

Aklima Begum

Landscape of the buildings

Diversity.

Kara Watkins

I took this picture outside a house worth a tone of money, this was opp. Hence, diversity of E.Ldn.

Money don’t grow on trees-shoes do

Mazeeda Khatun

Tree with shoes hanging. Artistic and whacky vibe of Brick Lane radiates from it.

Welcome to the Next Generation

Gillian Barker

1935

Joan Kelly

My nan moved from here in 1935. It's greatly changed since then.

East City

Anna Jonsson

Where East meets City. As the small sign in the top left corner says 'STRANGE PART OF THE COUNTRY'.

Morning frost

Jens Marott

Early winter morning, walking the dog along the marshes in hackney.

Walking The Dog

Liam Scully

I took advantage of a London snow drift to capture a painterly quality of the everyday.

Pembury Estate

Ingrid Abraham

A distinctive style of council housing which is slowly becoming extinct

FROM SYED TAHIR SHAUJA

SYED TAHIR SHAUJA

A TRUE AND INNOCENT LOVE WITH ANIMALS

The East End on the move

Nazia Sultana

It sums up my east end everyday life. It has changed so much and it is now bigger and much better

From church to synagogue to mosque

Trevor Hollingsbee

A French Huguenot church, evolved by migration to a synagogue, then a mosque

The Gateway to My East End...

Marian Spiers

When I see this iconic landmark, I know I'm nearly home and feel back on familiar ground...

Hackney Dip

mick terry

a february morning hangover cure

Wapping Pumping Station

Peter Keserue

Room in the Wapping pumping station.

a small family

seetharamaiah

they are depending on the camel

Mechanic, Bethnal Green

Gerald Amaefuna

Meeting Point

Takeo Broadhurst

What is going on here?

Old and new

Nicholas Besley

The hustle, bustle and pure colour of Petticoat Lane Market, with the Gherkin in the background

Hackney Road Orchid

Laura Adams

Coot and her chicks

Lauren Mayes

Curtain Tree

Sadia Khan

A bare tree acting like a curtain opening the beautiful east London.

Bricks and symbols

Filippo Ziveri

Far East bricks.

Shop Front

Abigail Olajide

Most of the East end shops are newly built but this shop looked very old and it proved to me that this shop has definitely been in the East end for a very long time.

Love

Shurid Haque

Because Spitalfields City Farm is part of my East End life

Meantime

Gillian Whyte

Sundial by the river in Wapping, as the sun rises over the East End

DJ SHEPDOG & BAGEL SHOP

kelly jones

The Renowned DJ who has regular slots at VIBE BAR,THE BIG CHILL & CARGO waiting for his salt beef