Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards 2010, which were held in association with Network Rail and Natural England, showcased 175 of the best entries. These pictures then could be seen at the National Theatre exhibition from 22nd November until 16th January.


On this occasion, Antony Spencer won the prestigious title “Landscape Photographer of the Year” as well as £10,000 for his art work called “Corfe Castle, Dorset” and Taliesin Coombes became “Young Landscape Photographer of the Year” with an image of a steam train leaving Cardiff Station. Now, let\’s take a look at the winning photos and you can enjoy relaxing moments.

Corfe Castle, Dorset is photographed by Antony Spencer

Sand patterns on the Isle of Eigg in Scotland is photographed by Dudley Williams

Breakfast view, Cardiff is photographed by Taliesin Coombes

Grindleford Station, Derbyshire is photographed by Chris Howe

South Downs near Kingston is photographed by Slawek Staszczuk

Falkirk Wheel at night is photographed by David Stanton

Fairfield, Romney Marsh is photographed by Marshall Pinsent

Pew Tor, Dartmoor, Devon is photographed by Alex Nail

Valley of Light, Newlands Valley, Cumbria is photographed by Adam Burton

Lavender field at dawn, Somerset is photographed by Antony Spencer

Neist Point Lighthouse at sunset, Isle of Skye is photographed by Fortunato Gatto



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Amazing Photos in 2010

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