Definitely a tonic for troubled times.
These are the winning and shortlisted images in the 2020 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, with stunning shots documenting everything from magical mountains in Norway to dramatic storm clouds over Kansas and the lush green forest of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor National Park.
There were almost 3,800 entries from photographers around the globe, leaving the judges chosen to whittle them down with a headache-inducing task.
Scooping the top prize and the title of ‘photographer of the year’ (an award based on a folio submission of at least four images) was Kelvin Yuen from Hong Kong and his striking mountain photos snapped around the globe in locations such as the Scottish Highlands and Utah.
German photographer Kai Hornung snared the ‘photograph of the year’ prize (awarded for a single image) for his striking aerial photo of a stream in the highlands of Iceland. In addition, the judges shortlisted their top 101 images submitted to the contest, which have been brought together in an eBook on the International Landscape Photographer of the Year website.
Scroll down to see a selection of the winners and shortlisted entries – which one is your favourite?
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