The “Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards” seeks to encourage photography-based interaction with the British landscape. By entering the greatest images of the British countryside, many talented photographers may showcase their abilities and originality.

The results for this year have been revealed, and William Davies won the top prize for his breathtaking image, “Brecon In Winter.” On the list of competition winners were many additional lovely pictures. View them in the gallery down below.

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#1 William Davies, “Brecon In Winter,” won the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition in 2022.

#2 Stu Meech’s “Wastwater Rainbow” received a Classic View Commendation.

#3 Runner-Up in Black and White: Lloyd Lane, “Rough and Tumble”

#4 Peter North’s “Undulating Fields,” in Your View Commended

#5 Natasha Burns, “Dawn Reflection,” won the overall youth competition.

#6 Chris Gorman’s “Neolithic Dawn,” commended by Historic Britain

#7 ‘Balmer Down’ by Lloyd Lane, commended for classic view

#8 Christopher Small, “Petrified,” received a commendation from you.

#9 Gray Eaton’s “The Sacred Garden” won the Coast Award.

#10 Richard Franklin, “The Prayer House,” received a Black and White Highly Commended.

#11 Josh Cooper’s “Plastic Fantastic” received a Classic View Commendation.

#12 Typical View Bruce Little, Lwelland Wakes Up, received a high honor.

#13 Simon Turnbull, “Oh! Limpet Games,” won Your View.

#14 Callum White’s “Durdle Door Night Lights,” an honorable mention for Landscapes at Night

#15 Vincent Campbell’s “Loch Lomond,” recognized as a Classic View,

#16 Typical View ‘The Broth’ by Andrew Robertson is highly commended.

#17 Martin Watt’s “Fenced Out,” commended in black and white

#18 Aled Lewis’ “Tryfan,” commended in the Classic View,

#19 Winner in Black and White: Paul Killeen’s “Souls Tied”

#20 Andrew Smith, “Mushrooms and Wood Sorrel,” was commended in your opinion.
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