Magazine article Geographical

Landscape: Photographer of the Year

Magazine article Geographical

Landscape: Photographer of the Year

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The prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is now in its ninth year and the entrance field is stronger than ever. Here we present a selection that bring new perspectives to the beauty of our natural surroundings

LEFT: Murmurations over Brighton Pier, by Peter Stevens. 'It was impossible not to stare at these starlings as they came together and moved apart. I chose this image because the shape appeared to be a running animal leaping over the pier'; BELOW: A Veil for the Shard, by Julie Hutson. 'I wanted to evoke the lacy feel of a veil and the ephemeral nature of it and the poppies'; Winter Metamorphosis, by Fortunato Gatto. 'I had been waiting for a 'proper' winter in the Western Highlands for a few years. It's wonderful to observe how a place can become a brand new landscape thanks to the advent of winter'

RIGHT: Pont Fawr & River Conwy, by Julian Elliott. 'The cottage and bridge at Llanrwst are instantly recognisable, which makes it a challenge to find something different'; BELOW: Old Man in the Trees, by Chris Shepherd. …

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