2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year winners
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2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year winners

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016 Matthew Cattell - Starling Vortex, Brighton, East Sussex, England

The winners of the 2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been announced, with a shot of a flock of starlings flying in front of Brighton Pier taking the top prize. The competition, which accepts entries from around the world of pictures taken in the UK, is in its tenth year, and is run by landscape photographer Charlie Waite.

There are ten main categories for manipulated and un-manipulated images taken by adults and by those 17 years and under, as well as additional competitions for supported by sponsors – such as railway company Network Rail’s Line in The Landscape, Adobe and the Visit Britain tourist service. The top prize is £10,000 and category winners receive £1000 or £500 for the youth prizes.

Commended and runner up photographers get their images published in the Landscape Photographer of the Year book, and an exhibition of selected images runs at London’s Waterloo station for 12 weeks from 21st November.

For more information and to see more of the winning images visit the Take A View website. You can also read our interview with Charlie Waite.