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Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014

The winners of this year’s Take a View landscape photographer of the year awards have been announced. An exhibition will run for nine weeks starting 1 December on the mezzanine level of Waterloo station in London  The exhibition will run for nine weeks from 1st December 2014 to the 31st January 2015Admission is free

Congratulations to Mark Littlejohn, who becomes the eighth holder of the title, ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year’. Mark’s image of a transient stream flowing down the side of a mountain in Glencoe during a heavy rainstorm captured the attention of the judges and won Mark the title and the £10,000 top prize.

Mark also had two images of the Lake District ‘Highly commended’ by the judges and one ‘Commended’



University of Sheffield, The Arts Tower, winner of the urban view category Photograph: Daniel Cook/Take A View/PA


Bowdown berries – Newbury, Berkshire – which won the your view category Photograph: Robert Oliver/Take A View/PA


Heather in bloom, Roseberry Topping, North Yorkshire, winner of the countryside is great category Photograph: John Robinson/Take A View/PA

The Guardian has more winners here

and there is a full set of winning entries and commended here



2 responses to “Take a View Landscape photographer of the year 2014

  1. Jane Buekett November 12, 2014 at 6:59 pm

    And you wonder why your students photograph sunsets. This makes me glad I can’t use Photoshop

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