This year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year competition has opened for entries for the chance to win a £10,000 top prize in the competition’s 10th year.
Storm over Scroby Sands wind farm, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk by Jon Gibbs, the first winner of Landscape Photographer of the Year
Amateur and professional photographers have until 10 July to enter the £20,000 contest, founded by landscape photographer Charlie Waite who said: ‘When we started the awards back in 2006, we hoped to provide a platform for landscape photographers that would also show the world what a wonderful place Great Britain is to live in, to visit and explore.’
Photographers can enter up to 25 photos across four categories: Classic view, Living the View, Your View, and Urban View.
It costs £10 to enter a single image; £25 for up to seven; £30 for up to 15; and £35 for up to 25 photos.
In a statement, organisers added: ‘The UK’s landscapes are both varied and fascinating; providing a wealth of opportunities for photographer and traveller alike.
‘From the white sands of the Western Isles and the mountain ridges of Snowdonia to the Broads of Norfolk and the coves of Cornwall, exploration leads to great rewards.’
An exhibition of the best entries is due to take place in November.
For full details visit www.take-a-view.co.uk
• Five UK railway stations are set to host an exhibition of images from last year’s contest in the coming weeks. The locations and dates are below:
Birmingham New Street station 29th April to 7th May
Liverpool Lime Street station 9th May to 18th May
Leeds station 20th May to 29th May
Edinburgh Waverley station 31st May to 8th June
Reading 10th June to 20th June
Old Man in the Trees, Kelly Hall Tarn, Cumbria by Chris Shepherd (Highly commended 2015)
Competition founder Charlie Waite