Mark Sinclair points to the photography of Peter Dazeley, who has set out to document London's Battersea Power Station, now on the "buildings at risk" register:

"It seems so sad that such a magnificent building has ended up in its present state," says Dazeley, "and this series of photographs give a taste of its former splendour." While photographing the site, Dazeley also realised that it has now become a sanctuary for all sorts of wildlife: pigeons, foxes, and peregrine falcons have all set up home there.

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