Gallery of submitted photos

Here's a random selection from the contributions we received. Refresh the page to see more

My east end is alive

Paula Prats

Cross Through the Window

Jenny Eames

I got this new flat. I saw the big cross on the school opposite. It was an answer to my prayers.

Gary Arber, printer

The Gentle Author

Gary would rather be flying a Lincoln Bomber


Dominic Persad
Omar F Okai

Working Nights

Bella Fenning

Pretty girls pulling pints to pull in the punters is commonplace but they often remain anonymous


David O'Neill

East End, Dog End, The End

The Inner Town

Sayma Begum

People in the market, and with one of the material shops.


Natalie Coughtrie

Mabley Street represents a piece of my life. I have many memories, good and bad, whilst growing up there. I wanted to capture how important this Street is to me in one shot.


Nick Downes


Peter Ward

The monument of a prosperous past and a stylish present !


Emily shepherd

Skyline from my flat

The Black Photo

Zahra Mohamed

The Silhouewte

Mentmore Terrace

Zaira Araguete

The Eastend means energy, activity and inspiring places full of possibilities.

Never Walk Alone


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

Eastern Europeans is a New Stroke in a Diverse Palette of East End

Ekaterina Ustinovskaya

Sunday Market

Duncan Stevens

Empty market stalls on a Sunday morning

The road to East End

Aklima Begum

Landscape of the buildings

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.

columbia road

Ulrike Klöckl

columbia road in december 2009

Cotall Street

Gordon Joly

Urban renewal at the side of the Limehouse Cut.


Joe Bland

What is this hooded boys intentions? Murder? Robbery? Vandalism? That's what the media would have you think. Maybe, just maybe, he is waiting for his bus on a cold day.

London looks fine

Abdi Shireh

awkward and creepy but London looks fine safe and nice that’s the reason it shines


Joan Parrott

My East End is a place of different nationalities. There is a lot of love here from true East Enders

Money don’t grow on trees-shoes do

Mazeeda Khatun

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

Old and new reality.

Shahraz Islam

The connection between the old and new reality.

Mile End Easter football club

Andrew Hernandez & Brandon Franco

Past, Future

ana figueiredo

My Eastend is history to me.William Crooks,member Poplar Council 1901.His father lost arm in Docks.

Police shutting down young people's music event

Kristian Sakulku

Some believe young people are useless, but they put on great events that bring many together

A walk in the park

cinthia oram

Nature in all its glory, Love it!

robotic beached whale

Inga Tillere

Mechanical monster from consumer age left for dead on the riverbank needing spiritual rehabilitation

Old signage, Hackney Road.

Suzan Keen

It's amazing how many of these old painted signs there are when you start to look for them.

Spray painting!

Molly Andrews

I asked him who was he was painting and he said a musician called Jimmy

Memorial to Etem Celebi , shot on 16.11.07

Elzbieta Franklyn

From the series

Bobby Bubbles



richard king


Sarah Caldwell

Out: but I'd rather come in

Hanging Our Clothes

Habiba Khatun

Clothes on a washing line

East Platinum


Manequin laced in Spitalfields

Graffiti Art and Cyclist

Iwan Roberts

Outdoor Art Gallery on the Canal