This year's Take a view Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is now open and you have until mid-July to upload your pictures for your chance to win the £10,000 prize.
Awards founder, Charlie Waite, said: "Every year, I am overwhelmed by the positive response that the Awards receive; both from entrants and those who visit the exhibition. Everybody is photographing and I am convinced that these individual moments of creativity help us in our everyday lives. We are delighted that Network Rail are supporting us for the second year. Their special award for images of railways in the landscape certainly sparked an interest in 2010 and yielded some stunning results and we are very much looking forward to seeing this year’s entries."
The competition is open to everyone and, for the first time this year, you can enter up to 25 photographs across the four categories. There is also a special class for those under 16 and as the 2011 Awards are being held in association with Network Rail there is a special section for photography of the British rail network – Lines in the Landscape.
An exhibition of the winning and commended entries will go on display at the National Theatre in London from 5 December 2011 and all successful entries will also appear in a book by AA Publishing. You have until the 15 July to submit your British landscapes. All entries to the award must be uploaded via the competition website: Take a view
. Entry fees apply. Full terms and conditions can be found on the competition's website