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Landscape photographer of the year 2016 - Martin Birks Chrome Hill, taken in the Peak District, Derbyshire, won the Living the View award Photograph: Martin Birks/PA

Kennet & Avon Canal  Wiltshire, England  The 87-mile-long Kennet & Avon Canal links London with the Bristol Channel, passing through the scenery of the Cotswolds and Vale of Pewsey.

Landscape photographer of the year 2017: the UK's best scenery – in pictures

Kennet & Avon Canal Wiltshire, England The 87-mile-long Kennet & Avon Canal links London with the Bristol Channel, passing through the scenery of the Cotswolds and Vale of Pewsey.

Starling vortex wins £10,000 Landscape Photographer of the Year prize: Digital Photography Review

UK Landscape Photographer Of The Year Awards. Caister-on-Sea, taken at the town in Norfolk, won the Adobe prize. (Photo by Damian Ward/PA Wire).

Winners of The 2016 Take A View: Landscape Photographer of The Year Competition #inspiration #photography

Winners of The 2016 Take A View: Landscape Photographer of The Year

Network Rail Lines In The Landscape Award winner: Francis Taylor, Sunshine-breaks through, taken at Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire, England

Ethereal landscape photos with people in them by Elizabeth Gadd - MCP™ - Photoshop Actions and Lightroom Presets

For the second year in a row, professional and amateur landscape photographers from all over the world submitted entries to the International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.This year's first place prize for International Landscape Photographer was awarded to Luke Austin from Perth, Aus

The International Landscape Photographer Of The Year Winners Will Leave You Breathless

Francis Taylor: Snowstorm over the Dragonʼs Back  Derbyshire, England Snowy winter view from Hitter Hill looking towards the jagged peaks of Chrome and Parkhouse in the Peak District national park

Landscape photographer of the year 2017: the UK's best scenery – in pictures

Francis Taylor: Snowstorm over the Dragonʼs Back Derbyshire, England Snowy winter view from Hitter Hill looking towards the jagged peaks of Chrome and Parkhouse in the Peak District national park

A decade of award-winning British landscape photography – in pictures

A decade of award-winning British landscape photography – in pictures

This picture is called Mist And Reflections and was taken in Crummock Water, Cumbria. It made Tony Bennett Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2013 and was also the Overall Adult Winner

The best British landscape photos revealed in new book

Mist and Reflections, Crummock Water, Cumbria, by Tony Bennett BSc LRPS winner of the Overall Winner in the Take a View - Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

View from Staple Plain, Quantocks, Somerset

20 great UK walks with pubs, chosen by nature writers

View from Staple Plain, Quantocks, Somerset

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The recipient of the Long Exposure Award [in the 2015 Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards] was Sydney-based Fine Art and Conceptual Photographer Grant Galbraith who captured this image from Bombo headland, Kiama, NSW

Posted: 11/03/13 EST Landscape Photographer Of The Year Awards Showcase The UK's Stunning Beauty

These Landscape Photos Are Absolutely Stunning

Combs Moss, Derbyshire.

20 great UK walks with pubs, chosen by nature writers

Combs Moss, Derbyshire.

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