UK Landscape Photographer of the Year winners
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UK Landscape Photographer of the Year winners

A Beginning and an End, Glencoe, Scotland by Mark Littlejohn - Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014

The winners have been announced of the UK’s Take a View 2014 competition. Taking the title Landscape Photographer of the Year and a £10,000 prize photographer Mark Littlejohn beat around 20,000 entries with his picture of a temporary stream created by heavy rain tumbling down the side of a Glencoe mountain, in Scotland.

Founded by landscape photographer Charlie Waite, the Take a View competition is in its eight year, and attracts entries of British landscapes from photographers all over the world. There are four categories each for adult and young photographers, as well as specific prizes given by the competition’s sponsors Visit Britain, Network Rail and The Sunday Times.

The winning entries, along with a collection of ‘commended’ and ‘highly commended’ images will make up a 148-picture book and exhibition. The exhibition is due to open at London’s Waterloo railway station on Monday 1st December and will run until 31st January 2015.

For more information visit the Take a View website.