In pictures: Britain's amazing landscapes

Monday 19 October 2015

The winners of the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year awards have been announced and here they are! The overall winning shot is of Britain’s beautiful Dorset coast, known for its soaring cliffs revealing fossils thousands of years old, and often used as a filming location. Other awards went to shots of the Scottish Highlands, North Wales, the Yorkshire Dales, all showing the diversity, heritage and beauty of Britain’s natural landscapes. Scroll on and drool…

Overall winner: Andy Farrer – Dorset, England

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2015 Overall winner – Andy Farrer – Dorset, England

The Countryside is GREAT Award: Julian Elliott – North Wales

The Countryside is GREAT Award – Julian Elliott – North Wales

Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ Award: Robert France – Yorkshire Dales, England

 Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ Award – Robert France – Yorkshire Dales, England

The Sunday Times Magazine’s Choice: Damian Shields – Glencoe, Scotland

The Sunday Times Magazine’s Choice – Damian Shields – Glencoe, Scotland

Winner, Living the view: Lizzie Shepherd – Yorkshire Dales, England

Winner – Living the view – Lizzie Shepherd – Yorkshire Dales, England Don't you just want to go now?! Find out more about the Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. Header image: An Teallach from Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill, Highlands, Scotland by Guy Richardson (Highly commended & Judge’s choice – Joe Cornish).

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