The beauty of Britain’s eclectic landscapes has been captured by entrants to the Landscape Photographer of the Year: Take a View, with the winning shots featuring saltmarshes, chalk cliffs and misty lochs to tumbledown villages, geometric farmland and jagged cityscapes.
Founded by landscape photographer Charlie Waite, the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is now in its eleventh year and is one of the UK’s most prestigious photography contests.
The winning and highly commended shots feature in the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 book, but below you can see a selection from this year’s competition.
Meet the Winners
<strong>Overall Winner – Benjamin Graham. </strong>Diminutive Dune Sand Forms at Low Tide.
<strong>Young Overall Winner – Andrew Bulloch. </strong>Skatepark under the Northern Lights, Musselburgh, East Lothian, Scotland.
<strong>Adult Your View Winner – Neil Burnell.</strong> Stilts taken in Osea Leisure Park, Blackwater, Essex, England.
<strong>Youth Your View Winner – Hannah Faith Jackson.</strong> Pipe Dream taken in Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Scotland.
<strong>Adult Classic View Winner – Rachael Talibart.</strong> Fire Within taken in Birling Gap, East Sussex, England.
<strong>Youth Classic View Winner – Andrew Bulloch.</strong> Stormy Seas at Portknockie taken in Morayshire, Scotland.
<strong>Adult Urban View Winner – George Robertson.</strong> The Cauldron taken in Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, Scotland.
<strong>Youth Urban View Winner – Rowan Morgan.</strong> A Bridge Too Far taken in Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire, England.
<strong>Adult Living the View Winner – Paul Fowles.</strong> Alone against the Torrent taken in Elan Valley, Mid Wales.
<strong>Youth Living the View Winner – Hannah Faith Jackson.</strong> Return from the Hill taken in Lairig Leacach, Central Highlands, Scotland.
An exhibition of the shortlisted and winning entries will premiere at London Waterloo station on 20 November – 4 February, before a subsequent tour of the country.
The 11th collection will be published on 16 October 2017. Find out more at take-a-view.co.uk.