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Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 Overall Winner

Diminutive Dune, Sand forms at low tide, West Wittering, West Sussex, England. Mr Graham said: ‘As well as its minimal simplicity, I particularly like the indeterminate scale of the image. The double S-curve could be two metres long or two thousand… It was actually about twenty’
(Benjamin Graham/Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017)

Stunning winners from Landscape Photographer of the Year showcase Britain at its most beautiful

The Northern Lights, bright red poppies and a Welsh viaduct are just three of the subjects from this year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.

Photos were taken all over the country, from the heights of Scotland to the depths of the Channel Islands.

The winners of each category have since been announced.

Benjamin Graham’s image of the West Wittering coastline in West Sussex won best overall, out of thousands of entrants.

Andrew Bulloch won best overall for the youth competition with his image of a skatepark illuminated by the Northern lights.

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Those over the age of 18 could enter into four different categories – Classic view, Living the view, Your view and Urban view.

The competition was also open to under 18’s, who could submit their photos to four youth categories under the same titles.

The Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards are held in association with VisitBritain and the GREAT Britain campaign.

Winning entries will be displayed on the Balcony of London Waterloo station from 20 November 2017 until 4 February 2018, followed by a nationwide tour.

The Awards book, Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 11 (AA Publishing) is out today (16th October 2017).

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