Us Britons often take for granted the beauty of Great Britain. Thankfully, Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014 has succeeded in reminding us. From rural, to urban, we live on stunning island.

A Beginning and an End, Glencoe, Scotland
Mark Littlejohn
Overall winner, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Glencoe

 

 

Parys Mountain, Amlwch, Wales 
Sam Rielly
Overall Youth Winner, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Parys Mountain

 

Sunrise at Winnats Pass, Derbyshire, England
Sven Mueller
Visit Britain Award, Landscape Photographer of the Year
 
Winnats Pass Darbyshire

 

London Bridge Station, London, England
Stephen Bright
Network Rail Award, Landscape Photographer of the Year

London Bridge

 

Cloud Clearing, Cribyn, Brecon Beacons, Wales
James-Osmond
Sunday Times Magazine Choice, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Brecon Beacons

 

 

North Norfolk Coast, Norfolk, England
Malcolm English
Classic View, Landscape Photographer of the Year 

Norfolk

 

Fred 'n' Sue, Brighton, East Sussex, England
Jo Teasdale
Living the View Winner, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Brighton Fred and Sue

 

Cairngorms National Park in winter, Highlands, Scotland
Tim Taylor
Living the View Runner Up, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Cairngorms National Park

 

The Arts Tower, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Daniel Cook
Urban View Winner, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Arts Tower Sheffield
 

Reflections at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool, England
Mark Reeves
Urban View Runner Up, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Liverpool Cathedral

 

Two Hundred and Six Beach Huts, Norfolk, England
Tim Harris
Your View Runner Up, Landscape Photographer of the Year

Norfolk BEach Huts

Landscape Photographer of the Year is in association with VisitBritain and Countryside is GREAT. 

All winning and shortlisted images are published in Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 8 (AA Publishing, £25)

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