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By Colin Prior: Trango towers, Pakistan.

‘I literally had around 30 seconds to capture the towers as the clouds parted simultaneously in the east and the west.’
(Masters of Landscape Photography)

The most incredible photos from the Masters of Landscape photography book

A new photography book has brought together some of the most breath-taking shots from all over the world, showing the beauty and contrasts of planet Earth.

Masters of Landscape photography includes leading names in the field including Art Wolfe, Colin Prior, Joe Cornish, Ross Hoddinott and Tom Mackie.

Each has their own unique take on how, where and why the landscape should be recorded.

A mixture of Q&A style interviews, reproduced images and infographic diagrams show just how the images have been put together.

Ross Hoddinott, editor of the book, is one of the UK’s leading outdoor photographers and has previously won awards like the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the British Wildlife Photographer of the year.

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