Landscape Photographer of the Year 2010
Thursday 25 November 2010
This picture of a frosty morning at Corfe Castle in Dorset by Antony Spencer won him the Landscape Photographer of the Year award and the much coveted £10,000 prize money.
Spencer is the fourth person to win the title after his photograph was chosen by judges from among thousands of shots of the British landscape.
From deserted beaches to remote mountains and windswept trees, the 'Take a view - Landscape Photographer of the Year Award' gathers together stunning images from the best photographers.
More than 100 entries have gone on show this week at London's National Theatre and will be available to the public until mid January.
'Landscape Photographer of the Year 2010' exhibition is in the Lyttelton Foyer, National Theatre, London from now until 16 January
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