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International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018: Gabor Dvornik

In Szigliget, a small village in wewstern Hungary, a remote, foggy lake is perfectly captured in this eerie composition. (Gabor Dvornik/ILPOTY)

Frozen trees and awesome waves: International Landscape Photographer of the Year revealed

The natural world around us never looked so dramatic and eye-catching, thanks to these surreal and spectacular winning entries from International Landscape Photographer of the Year.

The contest, now in its fifth year, attracted nearly 3,000 entries from more than 860 photographers around the world.

Entrants were competing for the chance to share a $10,000 prize pool.

Canadian Adam Gibbs landed the top award thanks to his submission of four winning images, having highlighted his native Vancouver Island as one of the top places to capture stunning landscapes.

Paul Marcellini was also awarded the prize for International Landscape Photograph of the Year, with his amazing image of tree trunks captured in south-eastern US.

See their winning pictures, along with a sample from the judges’ top 101 images, in our gallery.