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Legendary photographer Dorothy Bohm chooses her ten favourite shots of London

By Martin Coomer
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Armed with her trusty Rolleiflex camera and blessed with a brilliant eye and endless patience, Dorothy Bohm has taken some of the most iconic shots of London street life over the past 70 years. Now in her nineties, she's a true photography legend, so we're thrilled that she has shared with us ten of her own favourite photographs, including 'Market Stall, Islington' (1960s), which made it into 'the 40 best photos of London ever taken' – our definitive list of the city's best shots from the 1830s to today.

Market Stall, Islington, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

War Memorial, The Mall, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

South Kensington, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

Natural History Museum, late 1970s

© Dorothy Bohm

William IV Pub, Hampstead, 1971

© Dorothy Bohm

Antique shop, Hampstead, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

London, early 1970s

© Dorothy Bohm

Paddington, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

Mount Street, 1960s

© Dorothy Bohm

Billingsgate, 1960s

Check out the rest of our 40 best photos of London ever taken.

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