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Photo Gallery: Landscape Photographer of the Year

Celebrate the British Isles this summer by getting involved in the Landscape Photographer of the Year awards. Entries to this year's awards are now open until July 4th

The 'Take a View - Landscape Photographer of the Year Award' is the brainchild of international landscape photographer Charlie Waite and is open to all photographers - both amateur and professional - who can enter up to 25 photographs across the four categories. There is also a special class for those under 17, so the whole family can get involved.

There is a prize fund worth £20,000, including £10,000 for the overall winner, and this year Network Rail will also be offering a special prize for the best photograph taken on their rail network.

Anyone looking for further inspiration can find it at exhibitions of photos from previous year's competitions taking place over the coming weeks in London. Exhibitions are taking place at King's Cross Station between the 1st and 7th of July and at London Waterloo between the 10th and the 17th of August.

All entries for the 2013 'Take A View - Landscape Photographer of the Year Award' must be uploaded via the competition website,

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With the deadline looming for entries to the 2013 Landscape Photographer of the Year award the founder Charlie Waite shares his photographic wisdom and environmental passion


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