London's homeless photograph their city

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London's homeless photograph their city

Photographs of the capital, taken by rough sleepers - past and present - who were each given a disposable camera back in June, have been revealed in the annual MyLondon photo project.

The scheme, run by Cafe Art - willl see some of the prints selected by the public for a new calander - the profits from which go to help the homeless.

Participants in the project have earned more than £150,000 overall from selling their photos

Members of the public can see the photographs displayed in Spitalfields Arts Market near Liverpool Street until Sunday.

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