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Landscape photographers of the year 2016

Congratulations to the winners of this year's Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year awards.

This years winners and highly commended will be on display on the mezzanine level of Waterloo Station, London, starting 1 December 2016.

In order to commemorate their 10th anniversary, a special edition of the Landscape Photographer of Year book will be published, and released on October 30th, featuring the overall winners from all ten years of the Landscape Photographer competition, together with a selection from each collection.

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

Matthew Cattell - Starling Vortex, Brighton, East Sussex, England

The GREAT Britain #OMGB Award - Winner

Mark Gilligan - Finding Gold, Wast Water, Cumbria, England


Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ Award - Winner

Francis Taylor - Sunshine breaks through, Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire, England


The Sunday Times Magazine Award - Winner

Rachael Talibart - Maelstrom, Storm Imogen, Newhaven, East Sussex, England


The Adobe Prize - Winner

Damian Ward - Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk, England


Adult Classic view - Winner

Dougie Cunningham - Shelter from the Storm, Loch Stack, Sutherland, Scotland

Adult Living the view - Winner

Martin Birks - Chrome Hill, Peak District, Derbyshire, England


Adult Urban view - Winner

Lesley Smith - Demolition, Red Road Flats, Glasgow, Scotland

Adult Your view - Winner

Tony Higginson - Shifting sands, Silverdale, Lancashire, England

Young Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

Hannah Faith Jackson - Mirror Bar, Glasgow, Scotland


Youth Living the view - Winner

Rowan Ashworth - Sunset Explorer, Hushinish, Isle of Harris, Scotland


Youth Classic view - Winner

James Bailey - Hoarfrost over Herringfleet Mill, Suffolk, England


Youth Urban view - Winner

Henry Memmott - Floating Feather, Glengavel Reservoir, Lanarkshire, Scotland


Youth Your view - Winner

Henry Memmott - City Lights, Glasgow, Scotland


Click here to view the winners, runners up and highly commended entries, and for details on the exhibit and commerorative photobook.