Lonely Planet Writer

See the winning images from the Landscape Photographer Of The Year awards

The Landscape Photographer Of The Year awards is now in its 10th year and will have you transfixed by its beautiful images of the British countryside.

Matthew Cattell, scooped the top prize and £10,000 bonus with his “intriguing” image of starlings swirling around the remains of Brighton’s West Pier.

Landscape photographer of the year –  winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

Image by: Matthew Cattell/PA Starling Vortex, taken in Brighton, East Sussex

Living the view- winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Martin Birks.  Chrome Hill, Peak District, Derbyshire, England

Lines in the Landscape – winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Francis Joseph Taylor/PA. Sunshine Breaks Through, taken at Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire.

Adobe – winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Damian Ward/PA Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk, England

Classic view  – winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards

Image by: Dougie Cunningham/PA. Shelter from the Storm, Loch Stack, Sutherland, Scotland

Classic view – highly commended

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Rachael Talibart/PA. Poseidon rising, Newhaven, East Sussex, England

Urban view  – winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Lesley Smith/PA. Demolition, Red Road Flats, Glasgow, Scotland

Your view –  winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Tony Higginson/PA. Shifting sands, Silverdale, Lancashire, England

The GREAT Britain #OMGB Award –  winner

Image by: Mark Gilligan. Finding Gold, taken in Wast Water in Cumbria
Image by: Mark Gilligan. Finding Gold, taken in Wast Water in Cumbria

Young photographer – winner

Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards
Image by: Hannah Faith Jackson, aged 15, from Strathaven, South Lanarkshire. Reflections in a Glasgow bar window.

An exhibition of winning entries will be held on the balcony at Britain’s busiest station, London Waterloo, from November 21.