The breathtaking winners of the 2013 Landscape Photographer Of The Year Competition have been revealed today.
The popular prize celebrates both traditional and contemporary works that feature unusual British landscapes.
Tony Bennett bagged the top spot this year for his mysterious view of Crummock Water in Cumbria called Mist and Reflections (above).
He was joined by specific category winners including David Breen who scooped the Classic View award for Rannock Moor in Scotland and David Lyon who impressed the judges with his snap of a ferry leaving Newhaven harbour in a storm.
Other incredible entries include Bart Heirweg’s Catbells-Sunrise (seen at the top of the page), Mark Simpson’s Sturminster Newton Mill (third from top), Graham Hobb’s February Fields (directly above) and Stuart Low’s Sea Foam at Bass Rock (seen below).
Their works will be on display alongside other commended entries in a free exhibition at the National Theatre in London from the 7 December
A book featuring all the winning and shortlisted pieces is also available. On sale from Amazon, Landscape Photographer Of The Year: Collection 7 costs £25.