Commended: Stephen Fairbrother. A blanket of mist shrouds the town of Keswick, as viewed from Latrigg Fell in the Lake District

Landscape Photographer Of The Year

Still recovering from a cold, laid up and feeling sorry for myself, I was momentarily diverted from my misery by these beautiful photographs which I saw in The Times earlier this week.

Showing my favourite few images from winners and commended photographers, I’d recommend you click across to see more from, and about, the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, open to professionals and amateurs alike.

There’s an exhibition of selected photographs on the balcony at London Waterloo station from November 20 until February 4, followed by a nationwide tour.

Plus, an accompanying book, Landscape Photographer of the Year — Collection 11 is published tomorrow (AA Publishing £25) from all major booksellers.

The image above is in the commended category:

Stephen Fairbrother. A blanket of mist shrouds the town of Keswick, as viewed from Latrigg Fell in the Lake District.

Beautiful 🖤

Landscape Photographer of the Year, overall winner: Benjamin Graham. A sunset colours the sea and land as the tide meets West Wittering Beach
Landscape Photographer of the Year, overall winner: Benjamin Graham. A sunset colours the sea and land as the tide meets West Wittering Beach
Commended: Mike Curry. Buildings are reflected in the waters of the South Dock Marina in London, creating a sinuous pattern
Commended: Mike Curry. Buildings are reflected in the waters of the South Dock Marina in London, creating a sinuous pattern

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