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The work of photographer Philip Dunn - Daily Express staff photographer and freelancer, working for national press and magazine clients.

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The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India Featured Photography by Philip Dunn Print

The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India

Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj. Snooker was invented in 1875 by army officer Neville Francis Fitzgerald Chamberlain. Date: 1992

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Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio Featured Photography by Philip Dunn Print

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998) at his home studio

Artist Frank Wootton OBE (1911-1998), working in his studio at home in Alfriston, East Sussex, England. He was the official War Artist for the RAF and RCAF during World War Two. He was also a fine landscape and equestrian artist, and was commissioned to paint Arcle, the greatest steeplechaser of all time. Date: 1992

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The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone Featured Photography by Philip Dunn Print

The City Hotel, Freetown, Sierra Leone

The City Hotel, Sierra Leone, made famous by author Graham Greene. Now demolished. The hotel was first mentioned in Greene's 1936 book Travel Without Maps'. It was then thinly disguised as The Bedford in The Heart of The Matter 1948. The hotel caught fire in 2000, killing several people. It was then demolished Date: circa 1985

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