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Book Review: Landscape Photographer of the Year, Collection 7
Sunday 27 October 2013
Now in its seventh year, the Landscape Photographer of the Year Award was devised by Charlie Waite, one of Britain’s foremost landscape photographers, and created in association with AA Publishing.
Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 7 features all the winning and commended images from each of the competition categories. Artists have always attempted to capture the unique beauty and diversity of the British landscape, and in the 21st century this small island continues to provide photographers with an astonishing source of inspiration. From classic shots of the verdant countryside of England, Wales and the rugged Scottish Highlands to the landmark structures of Britain’s industrial and urban landscapes, this collection showcases both the very best of Britain and the very best photographic talent.
Every image is accompanied by the photographer’s account of the story behind the picture and there’s a section on technical information.
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