Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013


Derbyshire-based photographer Tony Bennett took this atmospheric image of Crummock Water in Cumbria. It was enough for Mr Bennett to become the seventh winner of the annual Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year award. The image, dubbed “Mists and Reflections”, earned Mr Bennett £10,000 prize money. While Mr Bennett took the top prize, winners and runners-up were announced in 15 other categories. All successful entries in the competition will be on display at the National Theatre in London from December 7. Here are a selection of some of the category winners…
Picture: Tony Bennett


Mystical Morning by Bob McCallion, winner of the Living the View categoryPhotograph: Bob McCallion

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Ghost of Rannoch Moor by David Breen, winner of the Classic View category. Photograph: David Breen/PA


Autumn Colour at Polesden Lacey, Surrey, by Christopher Page, winner of the Young Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013. Photograph: Christopher Page/PA


View from Afar, Lake District, Cumbria, England by Adam Burton, highly commended in the Classic view section. Photograph: Adam Burton


Winter Sunrise from Catbells Ridge, Cumbria, by Mani Putheran, highly commended in the Classic View category. Photograph: Mani Puthuran


Bill & Ben, Fort William, Scotland, by Robert Birkby, runner-up in the Classic View section. Photograph: Robert Birkby


Catbells Sunrise, Cumbria, England, by Bart Heirweg, winner of the VisitBritain ‘You’re invited’ prize Photograph: Bart Heirweg Landscape Photograp/Take a view


Caught in a Web of Iron, North Queensferry, Fife, by David Cation, winner of the Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ award. Photograph: David Cation/PA


City Twilight, London, England, by Charlotte Gilliatt, runner-up in the Urban View category. Photograph: Charlotte Gilliatt


Ferry Leaving Newhaven Harbour in Storm, East Sussex, by David Lyon, winner of the Your View category. Photograph: Dave Lyon/PA


Starlings over Carmarthen by Nigel McCall, winner of the Urban View category. Photograph: Nigel McCall


Sundial, Beachy Head, East Sussex, England, by Mirek Galagus, winner of the Calumet This Is Britain award. Photograph: Mirek Galagus