Fenland photographers showcasing work at London exhibition inspired by the Industrial Revolution

PUBLISHED: 13:12 15 August 2014 | UPDATED: 13:12 15 August 2014

Motor Grind by Dan Donovan.

Motor Grind by Dan Donovan.

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Two Fenland photographers are displaying their work at an exhibition in London.

Reading Rooms by Karen Harvey. Reading Rooms by Karen Harvey.

Dan Donovan and Karen Harvey’s photographs, which are part of photography group Shutter Hub’s The Transition of Time exhibition, will be on show in the Bridewell Theatre Bar Gallery in London’s Fleet Street from Tuesday until November 15.

The exhibition takes inspiration from the impact of the Industrial Revolution and includes images that demonstrate progression, invention, tradition, industry and change.

International photographers Shane Gunning, Nic Pass, John Kiely, Sophie Walker and Sam Mellish have also contributed work to the exhibition.

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