Unearthly Beauty: the best pictures of the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018 Landscape Photography ContestBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/unearthly-beauty-the-best-pictures-of-the-landscape-photographer-of-the-year-2018-landscape-photography-contest
After viewing these majestic landscapes, you may really want to go to the UK. It is not surprising, because these are the best works of British photo masters that capture and impress.
Source: Daily Mail
The Landscape Photographer of the Year competition was founded in 2007 by the famous British photographer Charlie Waite. Every year, the competition jury selects the best landscape photographs from thousands of applicants. By tradition, the most memorable pictures are included in a special album, and the winner of the contest receives a check for 10,000 pounds (856 thousand rubles). Here are the works that won the prizes of the photo contest in 2018.
"The best landscape Photographer of 2018" was Pete Rowbottom. The "Ice Spikes" photo was taken in the Glencoe Valley, Scotland
The Adobe prize went to Will Milner for a photo of a lighthouse in Brixham, Devon, UK
"The Lighthouse and the Sea Serpent" by Edward Hyde. The picture was taken in the harbor of New Haven during Storm Brian in October 2017. The wind speed reached 64 km/h
"The Train at Cardigan Bay" by Paul Fowles
James Loveridge has lived in Dorset for 27 years, but he has only seen fog flowing down the cliff to the coast once
Mary Davey captured this beauty at dawn in Houghton, West Sussex
Spring in one of the forests of Warwickshire in the lens of Chris Fletcher
"Kilt Rock Waterfall on a cloudy day" by Pavel Zygmunt
Pen-y-Wan Peak in South Wales in a photograph by Harry Tilsley-Winch
The victory in the youth nomination (participants under 17 years old) Joseph Fitzgerald-Patrick brought a picture of a bay in Cornwall
The best landscapes are included in a special album and will be presented at the Waterloo Station exhibition in London