A display of photographer Graham Watson's Tour de France imagery is scheduled to open July 1st at the County Hall Gallery in London. The exhibition celebrates Watson three decades of photographing the Tour and will feature 200 selected images. "Basically, it's 30 years since I took my first images; of the 1977 Tour de France," Watson says about the significance of the show. "I then sold an image of Eddy Merckx to Cycling Weekly that autumn, which formed the foundation of my cycling photography career."
The gallery's address is County Hall Gallery, Riverside, London S.E.1 - across the River Thames from Big Ben and the British Houses of Parliament and 50-metres from the London Eye. The exhibit runs from 1st July to 9th July, from 10.30am to 6.30pm and the entry is free.