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24 hour London is the theme for BBC London's third annual photography competition launched last week.
This year, BBC London is running their photography competition - but with a difference. They will be asking photographers to submit photographs taken in London over one 24 hour period from midnight to midnight on Tuesday 1st October - giving a portrait of the many and diverse facets of London.
A selection of photographs will be displayed next Spring in the London Transport Museum Gallery, Covent Garden and in Piccadilly Circus Tube Station as well as on the website at www.bbc.co.uk/London.
The judges for this year's photo competition include Dennis Morris the renowned music and social photographer; David Ofield, Picture Editor of the Evening Standard and Liz O'Sullivan the Arts manager for London Underground.
For the first time, this year BBC London will also accept images in digital form. Prizes include a digital camera for each of the first prize winners in the adult and under 16's categories.
Full details of the competition are available on the BBC London website here. All entries must reach BBC London by 30 November 2002.